After adjusting their roster less than a week ago, Just Swing have made another change as Tommy "Axed" Ryan has stepped down from the team and been replaced by Quintin "dolphy" Madsen.
dolphy is no stranger to Just Swing, having been on their roster as a backup player since Season 31, with him recently playing a number of matches as a stand-in. With dolphy, Just Swing has finally picked up their first win of the season, besting Rap Gang 19-17 in a close overtime match. However, the team still sit at a 3-8 record and will need to win at least two of their next six games to have chance of avoiding relegation.
Just Swing's roster is now:
- Joel "jcrueL" Cruel
- Adam "Ange" Milian
- Chris "Slash" Petersen
- Carlos "maazy" Bandle
- Quintin "dolphy" Madsen
As for Rap Gang, Kevin "4pack" Przypasniak has also stepped down from his team and will be replaced by Jeff "RZU" Ngo. This move marks the return of RZU to active duty as the young player has spent the last four months on the sidelines after being benched from Riot Squad. Dust2.us has learned that RZU is now a free agent after his contract expired in September.
Will be stepping down from @RapGang_CS Good luck to them— Kevin (@BL_4Packkk) October 31, 2019
RZU's addition to Rap Gang reunites him with Josh "shinobi" Abastado, with the duo having previously played together on Bad News Bears.
With RZU, Rap Gang are now:
- Justin "FaNg" Coakley
- Erick "Xeppaa" Bach
- Brendan "Bwills" Williams
- Josh "shinobi" Abastado
- Jeff "RZU" Ngo
- Anhduy "nguyen" Nguyen (Coach)
Rap Gang currently sit at a 4-7 record in MDL, teetering on the edge of being relegated. Like Just Swing, if they wish to avoid that fate they will need to put in strong performances in the last week of the regular season.