trk on his MIBR future: "There is nothing set"
The team's latest recruit says that he will now return to Brazil to spend time with his family and friends, and promises to provide an update soon.
MIBR player Alencar "trk" Rossato has admitted that his own future in the Brazilian team remains uncertain. His comments come amid a major squad overhaul following a disastrous run of results during a bootcamp in Belgrade, Serbia.
"I am going back to Brazil in a few hours," the player posted on Instagram. "I will miss this bootcamp. I did not agree with all that happened, but sadly, that's how things went.
"I will use this time in Brazil to be close to my family and friends and to think long and hard about everything. I will give an update in the following days/weeks. Just to be clear: there is nothing set about my future yet."
MIBR's active roster is currently depleted to just two players after a wave of changes that began when the organisation released Fernando "fer" Alvarenga, Epitacio "TACO" de Melo and team coach Ricardo "dead" Sinigaglia. According to TACO, the team was not involved in the decision, which was made "exclusively" by the management.
Vito "kNgV-" Giuseppe quickly took to social media to voice his displeasure over the changes. Gabriel "FalleN" Toledo followed suit and went as far as stepping down from the active lineup — a move that he deemed necessary to "find my essence and return the peace I need to decide my path."
trk has been on MIBR's books since May, when he completed his transfer from TeamOne. He has averaged a 0.97 rating while with the team, who endured a disastrous post-break run that saw them win just four matches out of 14 during the bootcamp in the Serbian capital.