Lemondogs have announced via their official website that Christian "Spitfire" Schiölde has returned to their CS:GO division.
The move comes just days after Lemondogs' disappointing campaign at Mad Catz CS:GO Invitational, where the Swedish team were sent packing in the first group stage following defeats to LDLC.com, e-Sports.rs and 3DMAX.
After the event in Vienna, Lemondogs decided to reshuffle things a little bit by bringing back Christian "Spitfire" Schiölde, who had been released in January to make way for Anton "waver" Wiberg.
He will be filling in for team captain André "berg" Kjellberg, which means that there will certainly be changes in team's ingame philosophy.
"After some bad performances and internal problems, we have decided to bring Christian "Spitfire" Schiölde back to the team," Patrik "zajp" Knutsen told Lemondogs' website.
"Unfortunately, that means that one of us has to leave. In this case, it is André "berg" Kjellberg, whom we would like to thank for playing with us during these last few months.
"We realised that replacing Christian "Spitfire" Schiölde had been a mistake, so we decided to bring him back.
"We hope that this will be the last change to our lineup and that we can improve our gameplay."
Lemondogs have set their sights on Copenhagen Games later this month, after which they will attend NLAN in early April.
The Swedish team now have the following lineup:
Isak "cype" Rydman
Patrik "zajp" Knutsen
Simon "twist" Eliasson
Anton "waver" Wiberg
Christian "Spitfire" Schiölde