Problem With the Roster
The past couple of weeks have been very bad for The Gosu Crew and their current line-up. However, the problem with the roster or rather the players started way before when the first squad of The Gosu Crew left. As you probably know by now, one of those members, Anthony ‘DraMa’ Padilla stayed in the organization and started to rebuild the team. He eventually managed to bring in three new players, but it did not last long because the new squad also soon fell into problems mostly regarding the relationship between the players and the organization’s executives as well as the relationship between the players themselves.
Recently, DraMa revealed that he wanted to leave the team back in December when other three players also left but the organization did not allow him to do so and they put a high buy-out fee in his contract that DraMa called ‘unreasonable’. DraMa went public, and he spoke about the treatment that organization is showing their players, about the payments that TGC owes him and other players, and he was not alone in doing so. Another former TGC member, Priest, backed DraMa’s claims about those issues but he later deleted his statement. DraMa also revealed that the other three players from the team, Priest, Maux, and Xotic also do not want to play for The Gosu Crew anymore. Those three players have said that they would be leaving the team despite all of them still being under contract.
Gosu Crew Still Holding Players to Their Contracts
The Gosu Crew organization has reacted to that by saying that they will be holding the players to their contracts and that the players will have to respect the contract that they have signed until those contracts expire or some other organization decides to buy-out their contracts. However, it did not stop there as both DraMa, and the organization took to Twitter to deal with this issue further. A couple of days ago, Anthony ‘DraMa’ Padilla tweeted that he was no longer a member of Gosu Crew and that he is looking for work in other organizations. This was certainly a suggestion of things still remaining unresolved between him and the organization. However, the organization did not allow this issue to stay on this point and Eric Tipton, The Gosu Crew co-owner, responded to this tweet by tweeting back, saying that DraMa’s contract says he is still playing for them and that he was not released by the team.
Eric Tipton’s tweet confirmed that the organization will be holding players to their contracts no matter what the players say or do. However, it did not stop there either because the official Twitter account of The Gosu Crew organization also tweeted that they were trying to help DraMa but that he has to abide by his contract and that they were more than happy to sit down with him and talk it out.
However, the relegation qualifiers for the CWL Global Pro League are about to start, and if some of these players decide to play for some other team while still under contract with TGC, it is expected that The Gosu Crew will be opting to use the legal options as well.