William Miller has dramatically closed Bonz Brigade and joined second placed Premier League team Uber Surfers in a dramatic early twist to the start of Season Two.
He said it was time to disband his team which had been in and out of the Premier League and had not been performing as consistently well as he would have liked.
He told CTP Teams: “It was time for it to happen. We never could get a firm foothold in the Premier League so instead of constantly wavering in and out I decided to let everyone go their separate ways.”
Uber’s leader Walter Mulder said it was a huge boost to his team. Colleen Fitten has also moved from Bonz Brigade to his team and it is believed that a third former member of the disbanded team may also follow suit to fill the last empty spot on the team.
Walter said: “We believe we have a dream team of CTP legends now with a combined power to make a real difference.”
In a final message to his Bonz Brigade members, William explained his decision to disband the team.
He wrote: “It is with heavy heart that I make the announcement that I am disbanding Bonz Brigade. This will allow those team members who are actually actively participating to join more productive teams and for those members who were less than active, to contemplate their next moves.
“I thank each and every one of you for your contributions. It has been a pleasure working with each and every one of you.
“I had hoped that the investment in the non Kore 4 members would push them to understand the importance of being upgraded and to continue participating at that accelerated level, but the results were far from what I had hoped for.
“Again, thank you all for participating, and may the new year bring prosperity to each and every one of you.
“William A. Miller II – Team leader of the Bonz Brigade as it passes into Tim Tech history.”
There are always twists and turns in CTP teams and this is a pretty major twist in week one of season two.
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