MoMa has released this statement:
It was my mistake to join SK, i wasnt clear with myself about playing so much in the week.
Furthermore i was supposed to play the toplane in SK, which i didnt enjoy myself and i couldnt stand there over time because im bored there, its not my style i feel like i cant really change the game from there.( Ganks over the map).
The idea of ocelote to change lanes just for me was very generous but i dont see myself authorized to request such stuff after only some weeks. The departure´s reason are the time i cant spend every evening of the week and the unsatisfying toplane role. All i can do is playing in a good team which is not training 4-5 times the week. Also i need to understand that under the name of SK people have their own ambitions, so im definetely wrong here.
All it all it was my fault to join SK , i didnt realize whats comming on me with a team like this, the team is great and i love them all. You guys will do great in future and im sorry that i cant share this way with you guys in the future."
Note: MoMa only wishes to release this one statement.
Carlos 'ocelote' Rodríguez Santiago also wanted to add:
The whole SK LoL team says Good luck, and Thanks a lot to this exceptional player.
About the team right now, we're gonna test people and see what is the best option. Maybe I move to top if we find an awesome midlaner, maybe I stay mid if we manage to get a good Toplaner.
The remaining line-up is as follows and the team will now be searching for a new 5th member:
Carlos 'ocelote' Rodríguez Santiago
Adrian 'Candy Panda' Wübbelmann
Patrick 'Nyph' Funke
Stephen 'Snoopeh' Ellis
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