from the start, the points you tried to make were based on false correlations, innuendo and, most of all, on baseless assumptions. here, once again, you are making a baseless assumption: that i'm biased towards fallen. and a cheap one too, i might add. actually, i've not only rooted against liquid, but it was one of the few teams that i actually bet money against this year.
but it's a fact clear to anyone familiar with in-game leading that ct setups improved a lot under fallen, and that his t side calling struggled to keep pace at the beginning, but gravitated towards the meta and benefited a lot from naf's pristine afterplant play at the end of the year.
given the fact that you think that an igl's prowess in measured solely on team placement and the own igl's rating, i can't help but reach the conclusion that you have absolutely no idea what you're talking about. i'm not gonna be rude or upset. i'm just gonna refer you to the work of apex and boombl4 this year, as they both shared fallen's certain struggle with selling fakes and gambling on t side, but shored up the calling very well. i've seen a lot of people on my country bash the shit out of them both a lot of times, especially in big games, because of fragging stats. but guess what? igls are supposed to have this stat dip on high stakes games where they tend to focus solely on the tactics and outwitting the other team. so i guess that's still a problem within the csgo community, as many people don't actually realize even how to evaluate their work.
but i'd say fallen's time as an awper is long gone, since the meta is center on star awpers, and he has been a support player for a long time in his career. and i extend that criticism to cadian and jame also, as they're too supportive and passive for the current meta.