Rap Gang have announced the departure of Justin "FaNg" Coakley and in his place have brought back Jeff "RZU" Ngo. Additionally, they have renamed themselves Can't Win Anything.
Rap Gang would like to thank @FaNgJC for his tenure on the squad and will be missed!— PVO CS:GO (@pvo_cs) February 11, 2020
We are excited to announce we have picked up @RZUcs to replace FaNg and are happy to have him back! pic.twitter.com/dUlydrnjci
The departure of FaNg comes after the player had spent nearly 14 months with the lineup, joining all the way back before Season 30 when a vastly different lineup played under the Variance banner.
As for RZU, he makes his return to the team after leaving Rap Gang at the end of January, once again reuniting with on again off again teammate Josh "shinobi" Abastado.
A source close to the team has told Dust2.us that Bilal "SPAMMER" Ali will no longer be coaching the team, stepping down due to personal reasons. SPAMMER was recently spotted helping the team during the FLASHPOINT open qualifiers in place of recently departed coach Jared "MAC-1" Schneider.
As such, Can't Win Anything are now:
- Brendan "Bwills" Williams
- Josh "shinobi" Abastado
- Erick "Xeppaa" Bach
- David "Sneaky" Polster
- Jeff "RZU" Ngo
Can't Win Anything are set to compete in the fourth ESL One Rio open qualifier, which is to start on January 12th.