Outcasts United - Part Two: A New Season, Chapters 8 - 12 Summary & Analysis

Warren St. John
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There was a buzz around town about the tryouts. The Fugees soccer program was the town’s only free program. The Fugees had uniforms and traveled around the state. The parents of the players liked the program because their kids had fun and exercise and they trusted Luma to keep their kids safe. There were three different Fugee teams for boys: the Under Thirteens; the Under Fifteens; and the Under Seventeens. Luma’s challenge was to get boys to play as one unit and discard ethnicities.

Luma was strict about making practices and being on time. She knew that the boys had suffered devastating experiences in the war torn countries they came from but felt the discipline would help them struggle through their personal problems. The boys would set an example for others in their same circumstances to...

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