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London Spitfire drops seven players

After a season with serious restructures, the team are heading in the same direction for the next year.

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The London Spitfire has officially announced over Twitter the departure of seven of its players. Following a tough season, landing the team a 17th place regular season result with a similarly disappointing Playoffs run, the team has dropped the majority of its rookie line-up.

The players leaving are as follows:
- Jung "ALTHOUGH" Hyun-wook
- Park "Babel" Sang-jun
- Cho "Clestyn" Gun-Hee
- Lee "Highly" Sung-hyeok
- Kim "Jihun" Ji-hun
- Yunghoon "Krillin" Jung
- Lee "Schwi" Dong-Jae

The Spitfire has looked to retain several players from the 2020 season, such as the likes of breakout star DPS Lim "Glister" Gil-seong. However, with the drastic roster movements, there are plenty of spots on the active line-up that need to be filled, the question is from where?

Will the Spitfire once again look for new talent to bolster their team, or will the franchise aim for the stacked free-agent market to solve their problems? We'll have to wait to find out.

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Photo: London Spitfire

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