Nadat gister bekend werd dat er een dubbele wissel had plaatsgevonden in het team van Champions Esports Association waren er een hoop vragen. Niet alleen het waarom stond ter discussie, ook vroegen mensen af wat de reden was om juist deze twee spelers, Ferdi 'Xire ' Senel en Job 'FragM ' van der Wal, te wisselen. Om dit wat te verduidelijken heeft Juvenile , de CEO van Champions een korte reactie gegeven.
juvenile schreef:
The departure of Ferdi 'xire' Senel and Job 'fragM' van der Wal After the ESWC LAN Finals in Paris a few weeks ago we haven't been able to practise due to some circumstances. Ferdi 'xire' Senel was inactive and the team wasn’t really happy about it. They wanted to practise and since our back-up player Job 'fragM' van der Wal was to busy with his school, sports and his girlfriend we were down to four active players. At the ESWC LAN Finals we had a small but interesting conversation with Ivan 'Apollo' Wuddhisukhum and Yannick 'luce' Bindo Milembo about a possible cooperation between what we would like to call 'Dutch pride and Belgium’s finest'. So what happened is simple. If a team has 4 active people ready to practise their asses of for the upcoming CPL World Tour in 2006 and two great Belgian players of which we think they would fit perfect in our line-up are really wanting to play for us, we didn’t even think about other options. We truly believe both Ferdi 'xire' Senel and Job 'fragM' van der Wal are great guys and great players. Both were very valuable players for us and we do not have any kind of problems with these men, but we simply had to make this transfer for both our team as well as our organisation. I hope this information will solve certain misunderstandings regarding this so called 'dumb move'.
Misschien dat met deze nieuwe informatie de rust omtrend het team terugkeerd en ze zich ten volste kunnen richten op de komende CPL World Tour van 2006.