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Gamers2 coach kicked: ”He wasn’t really very useful”

av Simon Engstrand
Nikola ”LEGIJA” Ninic. Foto:: Fragbite.se

Former Kinguin coach Danniel ”dalito” Morales was kicked due to a VAC-ban and in his stead Nikola ”LEGIJA” Ninic joined Gamers2 CS:GO-squad.
However, his time with the team is now over, as a source within the teams confirms that he’s been kicked.
– He wasn’t really very useful for the team, the source tells Aftonbladet Esport.

Earlier on Wednesday a conflict within american Team Coast erupted according to HLTV.org. In a tweet, Peter ”stanislaw” Stanislaw let the world know that Gamers2 coach Nikola ”LEGIJA” Ninic had contacted them and wanted to play with the team. However, no press release has been published about the coach ever leaving Gamers2, but now a source within the organisation confirms to Aftonbladet Esport that LEGIJA has indeed been kicked.
– He wasn’t really very useful for the team. The team couldn’t find any ingame cohesiveness with his calling and game understanding, the person tells Aftonbladet Esport and adds:
– He wanted to be a player and a coach that wants to be a player is not a good fit for a team that wants consistency.

”The team will actually be quite good”

LEGIJA first joined Team Kinguin before they were recruited by Gamers2. He replaced Danniel ”dalito” Morales who, due to a VAC-ban, was kicked from the team. His first event was ESL One Cologne where Kinguin lost to Team Solomid in the quarter finals.

It’s only two weeks until the next major tournament in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. One could say Gamers2 have done a Fnatic, a team that ahead of the first major at Dreamhack 2013 replaced Andreas ”MODDII” Fridh with Markus ”pronax” Wallsten. If Gamers2 have the same potential to go on and win a major remains to be seen. The source Aftonbladet Esport have been in contact with seems confident and thinks the team will be quite good.



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