MUFC exchanges two players
Team MUFC, the one team which dropped from The International, exchanges two players of the roster. Silvercross and TFG have to go, KeN and Ohaiyo come in.
Not playing at The International in Seattle was a tough situation for team MUFC. After returning to Malaysia and starting regular life again, the team has decided to make a change in the roster. Two players have to go, two players replace them.
For Chang Sheng 'Silvercross' Lim and Daniel 'TFG' Wong, the time at MUFC is over. New changes to present themselves are given to Chong Xin 'Ohaiyo' Khoo and Kenneth 'KeN' Lee, the only Singaporean in the team. All players will live in and play in Kuala Lumpur from now on and play in a gaming house, according to MUFC's statement.
"Our organization always want to support our gamers that play under our name to train professionally under the flag of our name, allows them to train in an excellent and comfortable environment, and we finally did it after two years of efforts. Our gamers will train in a gaming house full time in Kuala Lumpur and receives salary paid by our sponsors. It has been a long and difficult journey for all of us, thus from now on we will make sure to perform better and more professional in the future.
We really appreciate all the gamers that put in their efforts and time to make MUFC a better team, giving up most of their private time for our team. And our sponsors, who always support us no matter we are on the peak or the bottom.
We aim to develop new talents in Malaysia for them to compete in the international scene, that’s why names like SilverCross and TooFG were born. And we are going to say goodbye to both heroes as their contract has been ended and going back for their studies.
We would like to say our thanks to everyone who gave us support, and of course our sponsors, eClub Malaysia and TTeSports!"
"eclub.MUFC is a good sponsor for us. Now, I can concentrate on training and playing Dota. We will be playing both WC3 DotA and Dota 2, but will play more Dota 2 next year"
Raymond 'Sharky' Wong (Captain)
Wai Pern 'Net' Lim (Drafter)
Woi Cheong 'Ling' Sim
Chong Xin 'Ohaiyo' Khoo
Kenneth 'KeN' Lee
Source: MUFC Facebook