CSGO PRO level gameplay is nothing like a PUG.
The game is NOT about stats, but rather fewest mistakes made.
Sure it helps if all of your teammates put up the numbers, but they dont have to be.
The game at this level, is Not about stats.
Yet the community only looks at it this way.
I'll give you an example..
Let say a player has 32 kills, within 2 or 3 rounds from winning the game, the same person over peeks and dies, Thus the game is lost.
In the end who lost the game?
Was it the guy on top with 32kills or the one at the bottom with 9?
People tend to focus to much on stats and not mistakes.
In fact at a pro level its more important not to commit to mistakes, and win the game, Than committing mistakes and loosing while killing 32 guys.
In order to adapt to mistakes made, you'll have to work on them as a team. Acknowledge them, understand them, come up with a plan on how to eliminate them and then execute it as a team.
This can not, nor will it ever be accoplished through rosterchanges.
regardless wheter you are 18 or 35 years old, the best teamplay comes from experience, dedication, determination, adaption and chemistry.
I come from a former professional career within esports and i know what i am talking about.
criticism is good, but should always be constructivly giving and based in facts. What i am saying is, there is more to Pro level play, then just stats.
Having said this, i agree there are plenty of youngsters that would be good options as replacements, however it is not needed atm.
Quality, reliability, and consistency are made out of time and effort, which make a rosterchange contradictory unless there is an obvious issue within the construct of the team itself, which again there is not.