Outcasts United - Part Three: Full Circle, Chapters 19 - 23 Summary & Analysis

Warren St. John
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The boys all had their soccer heroes – idols they wanted to play like – David Beckham, Ronaldo and other international stars. Qendrim Bushi’s hero was his grandfather who was a professional goalie in Kosovo and later became a high-profile referee.

The Under Thirteens including Qendrim were beginning to show strong team characteristics. Their first game was a tie and had two wins to their credit. They were hard-working at their practices and called out that the Fugees were the kings. When they noticed Luma watching them, they called out that Luma was their queen.

Mafoday, the boy from Gambia, was shocked when the Under Thirteens walked on the home field of the Blue Springs Liberty Fire in Loganville, Georgia, to see that they were all white. Luma tried to get him not to focus on their race. The Liberty...

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