vuggo: "Won't coach fnatic for long"
In Tomi "lurppis" Kovanen's podcast, fnatic's Viktor "vuggo" Jendeby shared he wouldn't stay on as main coach for much longer, as the team are looking into new options.
The fourth episode of Tomi "lurppis" Kovanen's podcast featured fnatic's main coach, Viktor "vuggo" Jendeby, who talked about various subjects, most importantly the roster swap between them and GODSENT.
Towards the end of the episode, the conversation turned to the recently announced coach limitation at Valve-sponsored events as well as ESL's and Valve's approach to CS:GO.
After one-and-a-half years, vuggo plans to move to a managing and analyzing role
While on the subject, vuggo shared he wouldn't keep his position on the team, as he plans to move to a managing and analyzing role in the organization while fnatic are looking into hiring a new main coach.
You can listen to the entire podcast below, timestamps are following:
0:00:27 The story of fnatic's changes
0:05:13 What if the off-season started a few weeks earlier?
0:07:15 Assessment of JW as a player
0:09:35 The status of olofmeister's injury
0:10:22 Assessment of GODSENT as a team
0:12:48 Why is NiP not making changes?
0:14:28 Thoughts on disco doplan, draken, other upcoming players
0:16:15 How it worked out with PlesseN
0:18:09 New fnatic roster
0:21:00 Why didn't twist join the tier one teams sooner?
0:22:15 AWPing in new fnatic
0:22:52 Thoughts on major and qualifier format
0:26:40 Was SK robbed by the next major taking place in 2017?
0:28:26 Why is SK so good?
0:30:18 Assessment of Virtus.pro and fnatic changes' affect on their ELEAGUE win
0:32:40 Valve's new rule on coaching
0:36:32 What about allowing coaches to speak during freezetime?
0:40:03 Why does Valve value matchmaking players over the spectator sport?
0:45:48 The potential long-term effects of uncertainty Valve isn't dissolving over CS:GO's future
0:48:44 vuggo will not be new fnatic's coach
0:50:02 How much staff do top teams employ?
0:52:22 Potential developments in CS:GO
0:57:01 Major group stage format: BO3 vs. BO1
0:59:05 Preparation for games in the future
1:01:47 Heatmap-style analytics vs. demo viewing - replacement or complementary?
1:02:34 "Watching tape" in CS:GO as a way of preparation