Citizenship for this player has to be a priority. It really is a shame if New England has been sleeping on this for the last 3-4 years. From the broadcast today it sounds as if they have finally begun the naturalization process. At eighteen-years-old he ran all over the LA Galaxy today. He has been thoroughly impressive every time I've seen him play (over the last 2 1/2 years) and now that he is starting it is becoming clear that he is a potentially rare talent. He has the combination of field awareness, technique and speed that hasn't been seen in a young MLS player since one Landon Donovan as a nineteen-year-old. Imaginative, incredibly technical with fantastic close control, and quite fast. But the thing that really sets him apart is that he consistently- and without hesitation- anticipates and makes the right decision in the final third- a rarity in U.S. Soccer. We are starved for incisive wing-play and this kid fits the modern pinched-in winger/second striker mold to perfection. There are a myriad of ways his progress could be derailed- but with a little more physical maturity- at his current trajectory, in my opinion, he will be a bona fide star in 2-3 years. There is a flavor of the week thread on MLS players, but due to his precocious talent, Fagundez deserves his own thread.