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London Spitfire parts ways with coach Changg

After a championship win, Changg is out.

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London Spitfire were the winners of the Overwatch League's first season just last month, but it seems that wasn't enough to keep coach Chang-geun 'Changg' Park with the team, as London Spitfire revealed that he's parted ways with the roster, also thanking him for his service to the team.

"His familiarity and relationships with the GC Busan roster helped create a comfortable environment that fostered success, leading to the Spitfire becoming the first Stage Champions in the history of the Overwatch League," the post reads. "Despite the ups and downs of the season, Changg helped the Spitfire come away with the third-best map differential at the end of the regular season and helped lead the Spitfire on a remarkable run through the playoffs, culminating in being crowned the first-ever Overwatch League Champions."

The post doesn't explain why he left, but Spitfire wishes him the best moving forward. Will this affect the team?

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