Rocking the X-factor Jersey
Edited by andrewthewookie, 29 January 2013 - 04:44 PM.
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Posted 28 January 2013 - 11:09 PM
After picking up rookie Demetrius Ninios, X-Factor has made another addition to their roster for the 2013 paintball season: Veteran player Scott Kemp. Kemp will be a fantastic addition to X-Factor’s dorito side, as he is a very intelligent and skilled player that will bring plenty of dedication and experience to his new found team.
“If you told me 3 years ago Scott Kemp would be wearing an X-factor jersey, I would not have believed it,” said Grayson Goff, X-Factor player. “We’re very excited to have Scott on the team and his level of commitment and ability is exactly what we are looking for to take X-factor to the next level.”
If you told us Kemp would be wearing an X-Factor jersey, we wouldn’t have believed it either. Kemp was a die hard Ironmen player, who played his last several seasons with the team. Nevertheless, late in the 2012 season, Kemp resigned from the Ironmen after a disagreement between himself and the teams coach, which resulted in Kemp playing for Los Angeles Infamous in the 2012 PSP World Cup event. What seemed to be a good pick-up for Infamous, lasted just as short as Alex Goldman’s contract with Tampa Bay Damage.
With X-Factor’s two new pick-ups, Scott Kemp and rookie player Demetrius Ninios, X-Factor continues to make steps in the right direction. We don’t expect to see anymore drastic roster changes from them this season, but this has been one of the craziest off seasons when it comes to roster changes, so nothing can truly be certain until the season starts in March.
We’re currently awaiting a statement from Scott Kemp regarding his decision to play for San Antonio for the duration of the 2013 season.
You can follow San Antonio X-Factor on Facebook at https://www.facebook...nAntonioXFACTOR.
Edited by andrewthewookie, 29 January 2013 - 04:45 PM.
Posted 29 January 2013 - 09:25 PM
Posted 29 January 2013 - 11:16 PM
Posted 30 January 2013 - 10:14 AM
Goldmen didnt end up in Edmonton only J-Rab.
According to our sources, Justin Rabackoff and Alex Goldman have officially left Tampa Bay Damage and signed a contract with Edmonton Impact for the 2013 paintball season. Alex “Mouse” Goldman’s time with Damage will be cut short, as he just recently signed on with Tampa Bay, just before the 2012 PSP World Cup. Our sources also say, Edmonton Impact looks to enter the professional division in the PSP once again, for the 2013 season.
Posted 30 January 2013 - 10:16 AM
Honestly that pissed me off wheni heard it. When i think of Damage i think Dave Bains. its going to be weird not seeing him on Damage. Now this raises the question: WHAT THE HELL IS DAMAGE GOING TO LOOK LIKE?! They just lost 3 great players.
Its a Fridge, it's Horse, ahhh.. hell No!
It's DAVE BAINS!!!
We’ve just received the complete roster for Tampa Bay Damage. Dave Bains is NOT on the list.
It has been a very busy offseason for Edmonton Impact. After announcing last week that they have signed Justin Rabackoff and Greg Siewers, they have come to terms with former Tampa Bay Damage back player, Dave “Beast” Bains. The terms of the contract have not been made public.
Bart Yachimec, team owner, had this to say about the acquisition, “Bringing ‘The Beast’ Dave Bains on board this year, I feel, is the final piece that could take this team to new heights! He will be a major Edmonton Impact player that will be our back center player that can control the field and pull everyone together on and off the field! We have a lot of experience and an explosive team, but the key is to pull everyone together to become brothers. Dave is now back with Edmonton Impact as a family member and the whole team is very excited !
Our first practice is scheduled for February 16th and 17th at Dave’s home field, Capital Edge Paintball Park, and we are looking forward to some of his moms home cooking that weekend!”
This offseason appears to be as exciting as last years when Houston Heat announced their intention of playing in the PSP. Only time will tell if Edmonton Impact can have as successful a season as Heat did. "
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