In Splyce’s recent overhaul of their entire roster, they re-picked up Joshua-Lee “<a href="http://cod.esportswikis.com/wiki/Joshh" target="blank”>Joshh” Sheppard. They also acquired Jordan “<a href="http://cod.esportswikis.com/wiki/Jurd" target="blank”>Jurd” Crowley from Millenium hours ago. Splyce has now filled in the last piece to the puzzle.
Would like to announce the new @SplycePro roster is Myself, @BsportJoshh, @Jurd and our 4th… @MadCat
— Splyce Bance (@Bance) September 18, 2016
Their fourth is Dylan “<a href="http://cod.esportswikis.com/wiki/MadCat" target="blank”>MadCat” Daly of Millenium. This news comes hours after the Call of Duty team announced a complete change of their roster. Madcat and Jurd leave behind Tom “<a href="http://cod.esportswikis.com/wiki/Tommey" target="blank”>Tommey” Trewen and Callum “<a href="http://cod.esportswikis.com/wiki/Swanny" target="blank”>Swanny” Swan, two formidable teammates who dominated European LAN events for Millenium in 2016. It’s also important to note that Tommey has pondered retirement if roster changes don’t go in his favor. According to Tommey, he has yet to speak with Swanny regarding the matter.
Splyce released Rhys “<a href="http://cod.esportswikis.com/wiki/Rated" target="blank”>Rated” Price and Joseph “<a href="http://cod.esportswikis.com/wiki/Joee" target="blank”>Joee” Pinnington and have yet to issue a statement regarding the matter. Rated reports to have allegedly been dropped without being disclosed of his release from the organization.
The storylines mentioned in this article have been expanded on slightly more in <a href="/articles/splyce-revamps-roster-tommey-considers-retirement" target="blank”>today’s previous news article regarding Splyce’s roster changes.
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