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CLG League Of Legends Player Pobelter Talks About Bjergsen’s Retirement

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Eugene Park, known as “Pobelter,” is a 24-year-old American League Of Legends player who has been representing Counter Logic Gaming for over six months. Before that, he was coaching for Team Liquid.

After Bjergsen announced his retirement from the competitive play, everybody thought that it was because of the poor performance. However, Bjergsen stated that he had been thinking about this decision and saddened the community.

Pobelter took to his official Twitter account to share a new post and revealed his opinion about the retirement of Team SoloMid legend Bjergsen, who announced that he will be coaching for the organization from now.

In the tweet, Pobelter stated that he pushed himself all the time to beat Bjergsen and showed his respect for the iconic midlaner. Also, he claimed that ever since Bjergsen came into North America, he was the best midlaner in the region and praised his talent.

Here is what Pobelter said:

“Bjergsen you were always the player I pushed myself to be able to beat, ever since you came over to NA in 2014 and were just miles ahead of any other player in the league. I hope you can look back and be proud of your career, without any regrets. Nothing but respect for you.

6 years really passes by quickly.. if you never return as a player, I’ll one day be competing against you as a coach as well.”

You can read the tweet below.

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