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Work in progress

Fagundez, 16, is trying to adjust to life as a professional soccer player

By Frank Dell’Apa
Globe Staff / December 6, 2011
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Figuring out where he belongs is not getting any easier for Diego Fagundez. Like other 16-year-olds, Fagundez returned to classes last week. But in many ways, Fagundez is not the same teenager who enrolled as a freshman at Leominster High School last year. Since signing a contract with the Revolution in November, Fagundez has displayed the talent that could lead to a productive professional career.

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