AGG have announced that Piotr "peet" Ćwikliński has rejoined their Counter-Strike team.
The Polish player has been out of action since December, when he was left out of the team, who back then were still playing under Vexed, following a series of mixed results.
At the start of the year, the team recruited Karol "repo" Cybulski, formerly of ESC Gaming, but their results have remained patchy.
Before joining AGG, the team placed sixth at the Barcelona CS:GO Invitational and 9th-12th at the offline qualifier for MLG Columbus, while under the new organisation their only noteworthy results are a first place in the Hitbox Challenger Cup and a second place in GO:CL Season 3.
With Piotr "peet" Ćwikliński back on the team, AGG will be hoping to turn their fortunes around and reclaim the title of the second best team in Poland, which they have recently lost to Dobry&Gaming.
"Ever since we signed for AGG, we have had our ups and downs but notably failed to qualify for some important LAN tournaments for which the team had qualified in the past," AGG director and team manager Emir "sngz" Udvincic said.
"We felt we had to find both our old game style and bring the chemistry back. After speaking to the members we have decided to bring back 'peet.'
"We would like to thank 'repo' for his service to AGG, and we hope he will find an equally good team to call home."
HLTV.org understands that AGG have also parted ways with coach Kuba "KubiK" Kubiak, with a replacement due to be announced shortly.
AGG's roster now consists of: