By Warren St. John
In this book we learn how the dedication of a team changed a town. This team was called the Fugees and they were coached by a woman named Luma Mufleh. The small club was made when Luma got inspired to make a program for young refugee boys so they can stay out of trouble. As the team grew and developed, she had to face challenges that most soccer teams would ever cross. It seemed that most Americans were against refugees and were unwilling to help them. As the team gets older the small town begins to warm up to them and by the end of the Fugees journey everyone is content and players slowly begin to move on with their lives as they move to various states in the United States.