Gambit could have won another major after Krakow. They were in amazing form.
With love and respect, zupergamer
Well Zeus wanted to leave gambit and he said he definitely would leave if they kicked Kane. Kane was not a good coach.
FaZe - all transfers last 2 years
The ence move honestly wasnt that bad, that team was already dead in the water. Once the aug got nerfed ence died.
Did -aleksib hurt ence? Sure, but realistically it probably didnt make much of a difference, it's not like ence was gonna win any tourneys anyways.
Faze's Karrigan kick and we might start considering Nitro leaving TL in threads like these as well if they don't pick up an awper or IGL soon.
-HUNDEN was good, cause after that they won flashpoint
You forgot original FaZe lineup
you forgot fnatic godsent swap 2016 and fnatic initially kicking golden and lekro for golden and xizt
remember when snax played for mouz? yeah me neither.
The navi move wasnt bad
Back in 2016 coachs could talk all the time so you really didnt need an igl
Also starix was already the igl at that point
- aleksib has to be the worst change ever in the csgo history :3
Mad lions won FP so not sure wym
North -Magisk +kjaerbye
-Zeus came down as a bad move because they got completely fucked over by Valve with the coaching rule.Starix was the igl for some time at that point and they started dropping off,they could've been world beaters if starix wasnt handicapped.
the faze one hurts, although i wouldnt say 2021, YET
Too many to list.
Anything North has done is a nice place to start.
Imagine if they had kept Konfig and Magisk. Who knows where it goes but certainly better then it's been.
navi bringing simple and kicking zeus
sk when they had to kick fnx could have been astralis today
MIBR stewie was pretty bad
Snax to mouz made the team worse even if they won a big event with him
That G2 team in the second half of 2018 bringing back SmithZz was garbage
FaZe since they made that team in summer 2017 have generally made bad acquisitions
ex6 smthzz g2
-aleksib +sunny ence
NORTH:-magisk -konfig -valde -aizy
legendary team for genius player changing
5. mad lions -hunden in 2020 (bubzkji omegalul)
yes pretty bad, but mad lions werent THAT good before.
4. envyus -kio in 2016 (kio was the problem)
envy was trash before and after that move. saved kio if anything.
3. navi -zeus in 2016 because tired of being consistent top 5 team and playing in major finals
it was either zeus or seized, and they didnt realize they would have needed a better igl. bad move still.
2. ence -aleksib in 2019 while being top 2 hltv and a consistent top 5 team for a long time
worst move ever.
1. gambit -zeus -kane after winning a major in 2017 (if u know the story u know what im talking about)
gambit was trash and won the major finals against...immortals. a bad move for sure, but the org was trash and we saw what happened to the players shortly after. gambit surely was not going to win more tournaments.
i would probably have gone with
-karrigan off faze( he was the reason the team worked)
-stewie off c9(bad for both parties)
-seangares off c9 (team was absolute shit until they got auti)
-sunny off mouz (why would he do that to himself)
-aleksib off ence obviously
-and ya, anything north has ever done.
-snax to mouz (styko kept that team strong and snax rearranged everything and made mouz worse
-fnatic kicking golden for the first time after WESG(wtf were they thinking, 3 tournaments in a row or something then they kick him)
mibr -stew2k -tarik -ynk
SK -zews -fnx
"bonus: faze clan in 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021"
+cold (doesnt worth
kjaerbye leaving astralis for north lmao
vp buying taz mercedes
1 . ENCE : -Aleksib 09/2019
the worst roster change of the history of csgo IMO