Previous news about Team Secret's roster change was a bit of a shock. Artour "Arteezy" Babaev announced that he is leaving the group and is going back to Evil Geniuses. Now, however, it seems like the crowd's favorite team had just made another change. Kuroky and S4 departed from the group and were, not long after, replaced by Cloud9's Misery and EternalEnvy.
According to the report by Join Dota, it was recently revealed that Kuro "Kuroky" Salehi Takhasomi just left Team Secret, along with Gustav "S4" Magnusson. Unfortunately, there isn't a lot of information available to explain the reason why S4 had to leave the group, but as for Kuroky, the main reason would probably be his issue with previous Team Secret member, Arteezy, who voiced out his opinion about Kuro's performance during the last "The International 2015" competition. However, that is solely based on speculations, as Secret's former position 4 player has yet to make a statement.
The news may sound depressing considering S4 was one of the team's strongest members, luckily, Cloud9's former carry player, Jacky "EternalEnvy" Mao, had just been included in the new team roster for Secret, as well as his former teammate on C9, Rasmus "Misery" Filipsen.
Many might also be wondering why they chose Misery especially when Bone7, whom he has been teammates with since "The International 2014," is also available.
On Jacky Mao's Ask.Fm, a few days ago, he explained and said, "Misery is a natural talent to the game. He can't explain very well what he truly knows about the game but he has good game understanding but not next level. However he has a massive weakness in that he doesn't empower his teammates to play better. He's recently understood this though, I trust him."
Other players who will complete the new Team Secret include Johan "pieliedie" Astrom (former Cloud9 member during the year 2014) and Omar "W33haa" Aliwi with Clement "Puppey" Ivanov, assumingly, taking the team captain's position.
Unfortunately, there is still no word on whether S4 will really go back to his old team, Alliance. His current status says "freelancer" and he has yet to release a statement.