Oaly parts ways from Wolves Esports after a lackluster season
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Ole “Oaly” van Doorn is departing from the Wolves Esports Rocket League roster, the organization announced.

Oaly was a bright point in an underperforming roster on the English football club’s esports division. Alongside Francesco “Kuxir97” Cinquemani and Rix “Rix_Ronday” Ronday, the Dutchman failed to finish off the season with significant results. After Kuxir and Rix_Ronday were let go in June, Oaly was expected to form a new team around himself. With his departure, Wolves will have to look for a completely new roster.

Oaly is set for greatness

Oaly was a founding member of the Wolves Esports roster. The organization picked up the team in 2020, but their results remained something to be desired. In an attempt to save their season, they signed former world champion Kuxir97. However, the collaboration was short-lived. Kuxir left the team after the season concluded without much improvement. Then, Rix_Ronday was dropped a few days later.

On Wolves, Oaly remained on his own and consistently showed he was a rising star. With individual highlight plays throughout RLCS Season X, as well as the Intel World Open — where he earned a silver Olympic medal for the Netherlands — he proved to be a player to watch for season 11.

Oaly’s departure from Wolves comes as a surprise. It is unclear whether Oaly was offered an opportunity on a high-profile team. Regardless, he is a standout player and looks to have a bright career ahead of him.

Wolves Esports Manager Michael Moriarty believes in Oaly’s future as well.

“Ole is a strong talent in Rocket League, and he’s set to go far in the game,” Moriarty said. “I truly wish him luck in his future and hope he lands on his feet in his next project and also succeeds with his team during the current Intel World Open.”

Wolves Esports Coach Joessi “Juicy” Moorman shares that sentiment.

“I’m sad to see Oaly leave,” Juicy said. “It’s been a pleasure working with him over the last season, and his improvement has been nothing short of spectacular. I can’t wait to see where his future will take him. He’s got a very bright one ahead of him.”

Wolves Esports states that they intends to stay in Rocket League and will continue to keep an eye on the scene in search of a new roster.

Michael Kloos is a Dutch esports journalist and enthusiast with a particular like of Rocket League and VALORANT. He is also an avid fantasy/sci-fi reader and writer. He spends most of his time trying not to be in the real world.
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