Earlier today MIBR had decided to part ways with Fernando "fer" Alvarenga, Epitacio "TACO" de Melo, and their coach Ricardo "dead" Sinigaglia to make some changes due to the organization’s poor string of performances. Following this announcement taken completely by the management themselves without consulting any of the players as stated by TACO, Gabriel "FalleN" Toledo took a decision to step down from MIBR’s active roster while Vito "kNgV-" Giuseppe voiced his dissatisfaction with all of it.
The last remaining member of the original lineup has also taken a decision to step down from the active roster as he was not satisfied with the recent decision taken by MIBR. He openly spoke about his dissatisfaction with MIBR “to completely overhaul the lineup I chose to play for.”
Talking about teamwork and his actions, FalleN further says that while on MIBR’s bench he would be thinking about his next steps while he accomplishes his contractual obligations.
“The only thing I'm sure is this isn't where the game ends for me.”
FalleN goes on to thank MIBR for “having believed in our team, for the opportunities and investments made.” He goes on to thank the Brazilian fans as well who “built this story with us.”
Another member of MIBR, kNgV via a Tweet expressed his dissatisfaction with MIBR’s decision. Though the 27-year-old Brazilian AWPer is still playing for MIBR he was vocal about what he felt as he says that “Since I joined MIBR the lineup has been changing all the time. This in my view does not help the development of the team.”
He even left an unsavory comment against Alexandre "Gaules" Borba in which he was seen blaming him for breaking apart MIBR, he also called him two-faced who complains about the team on his stream and then comes to wish them well when they are kicked.
This might not be the end of all the planned changes from MIBR’s side as the organization in their announcement had stated that more adjustments to the roster will be made over the next several weeks.
Though it is uncertain at this point how FalleN’s own decision to step down might impact these upcoming changes, with many predicting that MIBR might recruit players from outside Brazil.