Limpone took to Twitter to share his point of view on his former team's release from Property, explaining that the lineup had wanted to make roster changes, but that the organization instead gave Andreas "znajder" Lindberg the reins to create a new team.
In the Twitlonger post, the 20-year-old in-game leader stated that the organization cut the squad before their contracts expired, though none of the players wished to take legal action and decided to part ways.
Limpone expressed his feelings as being "deceived and sad" and suggested the team was lacking the motivation necessary to improve.
The Swede is now seeking opportunities in North America and Europe.
"It just seems that I always end up on teams where motivation is short-lived, and eventually the team starts slacking. I really believed in my teammates, and believed that as a leader, I could make a difference. But I have recently came to the realisation that I could not always make a difference." Limpone said in the Twitlonger post.
"We wanted Znajder to join, but this backfired as Znajder wasn't sure about our lineup, and instead convinced Property to create a new team with him. Because of our poor performance they decided to be "nice" and gave us compensation for our last few months before cutting us early from the roster, which isn't even legally possible with our contracts. No one in the roster wanted to take legal action against Property, and afterwards our roster parted ways on good terms."
The following five are now free agents:
Thinking Out Loud - Please share / retweet.— Linus Wecksell (@LimponeCSGO) July 11, 2018