Another assistant coach has been signed to the organisation.
The Call of Duty League is really starting to heat up again. With today being the launch day for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II, and with the 2023 season of the CDL starting in December, teams are making last minute announcements and signings as they prepare for the next year of competitive play.
To this end, the Boston Breach has now got in on the action by signing another member to its coaching staff. This time it's Joshua-Lee "Joshh" Sheppard who has been grabbed by the team, and will be serving as an assistant coach for the 2023 season.
This will be the first time Joshh has served on a CDL team in some time, as he previously was part of the Paris Legion during its inaugural campaign, before returning to the Challenger scene ever since then.
With the Breach already having announced its full team, this might be the final announcement the team makes ahead of the new season starting on December 2.