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Lights FC Release Mini Documentary on Injured Captian De La Fuente

The Lights FC have created a mini documentary on Lights FC Captain, Bryan de la Fuente, and his “Road To Recovery”.  De La Fuente tore his ACL during a counter attack play against Colorado Rapids winger, Sam Nicholson.  The former Chivas USA and Armenian League standout has been on the Injury Reserve list since the Lights’ second preseason game.

The mini documentary is a three part series with the first part being viewable here: Bryan De La Fuente: Road To Recovery – Part 1

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