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roca leaves Rugratz
The team have been dealt another blow as roca has bowed out.
Written by: Mnmzzz    November 19th 2019 8:23 pm    #Rugratz #zander #tweiss #penny #leaf #flashstep #hunter #roca #tyfoon  

roca's departure is the latest in a long line of recent changes for the squad

Ahead of their appearance at ESEA MDL Season 32 Global Challenge in a little less than a month, Rugratz player Daniel "roca" Gustaferri has announced that he will be leaving the team. Due to the roster lock, he will still be attending Global Challenge with the team.

This move comes as Rugratz have recently found themselves without an organization once again as a deal to join Moscow Five fell through after Erik "penny" Penny's parents would not allow him to sign with the organization. Additionally, the squad recently swapped out Tyler "tweiss"  Weiss with Nathan "leaf" Orf due to the former's school commitments keeping him from dedicating time to the game.

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Without roca, Rugratz are now:

  • us Joshua "Hunter" Madore
  • us Alex "zander" Diaz
  • ca Erik "penny" Penny
  • us Nathan "leaf" Orf
  • us Corey "flashstep" Parks (Coach)

With roca out of the team, Rugratz are set to use Gorilla Gang player Marian "tyfoon" Lesnic as their fifth for their upcoming matches in WINNERS League Season 3 Invite against Triumph and Pug It Out.

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#1 006_tv
2019-11-19 20:31
Not sure if any higher up team would pick him up but maybe he'll surprise me
#2 Whataretheythinking
2019-11-20 00:24
Zander is running a complete clown show. No wonder that Roca quit.
#3 DiSCO
2019-11-20 13:26
Jesus Christ stop talking
#4 Whataretheythinking
2019-11-20 19:58
Who are you, the CS police? This is just one example of unstable roster management, people making decisions who are clueless about what constitutes a competent player or a functional roster. High level CS is a disaster. It’s desperately in need of professional management. Currently the inmates are running the asylum. So I’ll continue to criticize. If you don’t like it, don’t read it.
#5 DiSCO
2019-11-21 12:21
Who are you, the CS police? This is just one example of unstable roster management, people making decisions who are clueless about what constitutes a competent player or a functional roster. High level CS is a disaster. It’s desperately in need of professional management. Currently the inmates are running the asylum. So I’ll continue to criticize. If you don’t like it, don’t read it.
#6 006_tv
2019-11-21 15:03
Who are you, the CS police? This is just one example of unstable roster management, people making decisions who are clueless about what constitutes a competent player or a functional roster. High level CS is a disaster. It’s desperately in need of professional management. Currently the inmates are running the asylum. So I’ll continue to criticize. If you don’t like it, don’t read it.
#7 Whataretheythinking
2019-11-22 19:07
Hey Disco Dan and TV Tim, impressive responses. You’ve demonstrated your knowledge of CTRL-P. F for originality.
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