CPH Wolves bring in Nico & device

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After replacing Nicolai "device" Reedtz with Jacob "pimp" Winneche three weeks ago, the Danes managed to win local Danish LAN-Events over teams like Eyes on u, Xapso and former AWESOME, now known as Reason Gaming, to claim their spot as number one team in Denmark.

With last weekends ESWC, CPH Wolves failed to procceed to the Grand Final of an international tournament the second time in a row. The team now decided to revert the transfer of Winneche and once again set their trust into Reedtz. They also decided to part ways with their AWPer Michael "Friis" Jørgensen to fill the spot with another well known player in a CPH Wolves jersey, Nicolaj "Nico" Jensen, who has just stepped down from the active lineup after the disbandment of Western Wolves back in August.

Statement Nicolaj "Nico" Jensen

I'm back! I'm very happy to be given the opportunity to play for Copenhagen Wolves once again, I have the utmost respect for the management and players within. I am looking forward to conquering DreamHack Winter. I will put in a lot of effort to get back in shape for the upcoming events.

"I believe we have a lot of potential with this lineup and hopefully we will be able to show that within the next couple of months.


Statement Michael "Friis" Jorgsen

What to do now? I've been thinking some thoughts on why Danish BASED team has never been the dominant factor over longer periods. It is due to the incredible bad mentality that is on the teams. There is no stability, there are of course exceptions everywhere, MTW is a good example that it can actually work to be good at stability even though you may not have the 5 best individual players on the same team. But where is the respect for each other and the things you agree on? It does not exist in the amount of Danish players are on the scene now. If I have the game and have the motivation to be one of the best again. Do I have on a team where one can trust each other outside the game. Getting results in the game.

What do you think of me to do?

Is this the end?

Anyway thanks to everyone who has always supported me and believed in me in the bad times but also the good.

Pimp also mentioned varying points of opinion inside of the team, due to different views of how to play and why they decided to go seperate ways in the future. He said that he can not get used to the way FeTiSH called strategies or the general way CPH Wolves used to play. He does not yet know what the future will bring for him.

Lineup CPH Wolves

Henrik "FeTiSh" Christensen
Peter "dupreeh" Rasmussen
Andreas "Xyp9x" Højsleth
Nicolaj "Nico" Jensen
Nicolai "device" Reedtz