djL left coach position in GamerLegion
German multi-gaming GamerLegion has announced the end of cooperation with Daniel "djL" Narancic, who has been acting as CS:GO coach since September 2019. According to the published statement, the decision was made by the players of the team.
We'd like to thank you, Daniel Narancic, for your time being the coach of our CS:GO team.— GamerLegion (@GamerLegion) January 22, 2020
As our team made the decision to make changes in regards to coaching, it leaves us saying goodbye to @djLCSGO. We wish you all the best in future, Daniel!#TeamGL pic.twitter.com/1gCYYtyEfy
The 25-year-old Swede intends to continue coaching and is currently considering the proposals received.
I'm out of Gamerlegion and a free agent. I'm now looking for a new home to pursuit new challenges and goals as a coach once again! RTs appreciated and you can contact me via: [email protected] or DMs! ??— Daniel Narancic (@djLCSGO) January 22, 2020
Yesterday GamerLegion also lost a sniper in the face of Tim "nawwk" Jonasson, who moved to the NiP, where he replaced Patrick "f0rest" Lindberg. It is expected that the five of the team will be completed with William "draken" Sundin, who has already made his debut for the team, but has not yet been officially presented.
The current roster of GamerLegion:
Hampus "hampus" Poser
Dennis "dennis" Edman
Alfred "RuStY" Karlsson
Fredrik "freddieb" Buö
Kevin "Ex6TenZ" Droolans (bench)
Adil "ScreaM" Benrlitom (bench)