LDLC to form new roster; Happy out - Report
LDLC have been struggling since the departures of Alex "ALEX" McMeekin and François "AmaNEk" Delaunay late in 2018, with the core of Happy, SIXER and Engin "MAJ3R" Küpeli—who has already announced he will be returning to a Turkish lineup—unable to piece together a competitive quintet in 2019.
A carroussel of players came and went through LDLC in 2019, including the likes of Alexandre "xms" Forté, Valentin "mistou" Balbastro, Flatron "juanflatroo" Halimi, Guy "anarkez" Trachtman, Simon "tabz" Feldt, or Gaëtan "JiNKZ" Jamin among others who unsuccessfully joined and left the team before it disbanded at the end of the year after losing the French Championnat National to TheDice.
Lambert "Lambert" Prigent is said to have the keys to the new project, according to 1.pv.fr, who would bring on Ali "hAdji" Haïnouss and Logan "LOGAN" Corti to the team, where SIXER will be waiting as the only player left from last year's iteration. Joining the quartet would be newcomer Kilian "Gringo" Garcia on trial.
The change to the CS:GO team comes as LDLC recently revamped their esports project thanks to an alliance with Olympique Lyonnais, one of the biggest football clubs in France.
Were the report to be confirmed, LDLC would be: