GODSENT release znajder, bench dennis
GODSENT have made changes to their active lineup, with Andreas "znajder" Lindberg departing the team and Dennis "dennis" Edman being placed on the bench. Stepping in for the Swedish side will be Jacob "pyth" Mourujärvi and Hampus "hampus" Poser.
As GODSENT's results continue to be lacking, the team decided it was time to a shake-up the roster. The first change comes in form of Andreas "znajder" Lindberg's departure, who was, seemingly due to his long history with the organization, been released from his contract for free.
"We have had an ongoing dialogue with Andreas, like we do with all players, and during our talks, it became clear that he had a wish to try something new in his career. Andreas has always been dedicated and loyal to GODSENT, and it is the best solution for both parties to part ways now. From the day he stepped in, he has been a valuable player for the team, and we truly wish him all the best in the future."
On the other hand, Dennis "dennis" Edman has been put on the bench and marked as "available for transfer", since he was not able to fit in with the rest of the roster, Hvidt explains:
"Dennis is an experienced, extremely skilled and passionate player, but the fit with the remaining roster never materialised. The team has shown that on good days they can beat most any team, but the unrest within the team has resulted in high inconsistency and results far below the expected. We’ve thus decided to make Dennis available for a transfer to another team and are open for offers from teams interested in buying out his contract."
"The way we play in GODSENT is not the way I want to play, there is no structure, discipline or teamplay, mostly just individually good plays to win the round. Sure, individual plays work if youre FaZe or SK, but we dont have those individuals."
"I just got more and more tired because I know I can do so much more as a player with a more structured team/game plan behind me."
To fill in the blanks, GODSENT have taken in Hampus "hampus" Poser and Jacob "pyth" Mourujärvi. The former has been playing with passions, and has recently qualified for FCDB'17 Cup in Minsk, while the latter has last been seen playing qualifiers with the Swedish mix Kindest Regards.
GODSENT are now:
Niko "naSu" Kovanen (coach)
Dennis "dennis" Edman (backup)