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| Author Nick Johnson
CS: GO News: Valens back in as Cloud9 Head Coach, Rambo Out
Cloud9 Valens will transition back to the Cloud9's CS: GO Head Coach role just a month after vacating the position.
Cloud9 has switched back to Soham “Valens” Chowdhury as the C9 Counterstrike: Global Offensive Head Coach. Ronald “Rambo” Kim is leaving the position after a short trial period starting in January ended in him becoming the Head Coach of the C9 squad in March.
Cloud9 announced the move today, thanking Rambo for his work with the team:
Cloud9 thanks @RonRamboKim for what he brought to #C9CSGO in the last months. We wish him the best of luck as he moves forward in his career.
We are excited to announce that @valens will be taking back the Head Coach position in the team! #LETSGOC9 https://t.co/MB6ZW6Ja1f
— Cloud9 (@Cloud9) May 3, 2019
Valens, who had moved to C9’s Head of Data Science position when Rambo took over, announced that he would return to the role on Twitter:
Nothing but great things to say about Ron's work ethic and mind for the game– it was a pleasure learning from and getting to know you. I'm back in the head coach position… I'll be seeing you guys soon 🙂 https://t.co/wbGRYWxFzH
— Soham (@valens) May 3, 2019
Rambo commented on the information in a tweet today:
Although my time was short-lived with @Cloud9, I'm happy I got to work with some great players and the almighty @valens. Best of luck to the organization and thank you for the opportunity.
— Rambo (@RonRamboKim) May 3, 2019
Cloud9 has had a difficult run of late, failing to win a single match at BLAST Pro Series Miami. The team, with Valens back at the helm, will play in BLAST Pro Series Madrid followed shortly by Dreamhack Masters Dallas at the end of the month.