Sharks have announced the departure of Raphael “exit” Lacerda, one of their longest-standing members. The news comes just one day after HLTV.org and ge reported that the Portuguese organisation had agreed to sell the 24-year-old to MIBR.
exit had been a part of Sharks since the organisation entered the CS:GO scene in July 2017. He attended multiple international tournaments with the team, including three ESL Pro League Finals and one Americas Minor, helping them to No.22 in the world rankings in January 2019.
Should exit‘s transfer to MIBR be confirmed, he will most likely replace Daniel “danoco” Morgado, who has failed to impress since linking up with the BOOM core on MIBR, in January. The 25-year-old could still remain on the roster as MIBR have confirmed that they plan to utilise a six-man setup.
With exit‘s departure, Sharks‘ active lineup is depleted to just four players. The Portuguese organisation currently has two players sitting on the bench, Luca “Luken” Nadotti and Leonardo “leo_drk” Oliveira, and one, Fillipe “pancc” Martins, who is serving a suspension.
Sharks‘ roster looks as follows:
Fillipe “pancc” Martins (suspended)
Hélder “coachi” Sancho (coach)