Ielts coach ‘worry’ over ‘stupid’ move on left wing
Jogja is the No.9 in the European League of Legends team.
He played in the first half of the first day of the EU LCS Spring Split in Prague, but his position changed when he took over as coach of the team in the second half.
“It’s a stupid move to be able to change your team from the back,” he told ESPN Esports.
“Especially if you are a good coach, but you have to do that.
You have to change everyone.” “
You can’t change one player or one position, that’s not possible.
You have to change everyone.”
Ielits first game of the split against Fnatic was a 2-1 defeat, but the team came out stronger than expected after a good start.
“I thought the first game was a bit strange, we were able to defend well, but they were able (to) play better.
It’s not easy to play against Fnatic and we didn’t perform well, so we needed to win the next game,” said Ielsts manager Mikael “Mikael” Håberg.
“But the next two games we had some chances and they won the game.
We had a good performance.”