meyern: "I want to give my all to compete with an Argentinian team at big events; I'm going to chase that dream"

We sat down with the Argentine youngster, who recently returned to activity with Furious, to talk about his experiences over the past years and how they have shaped his vision for the future.

Ignacio "⁠meyern⁠" Meyer made his return to the servers last month with Furious, on loan from 9z, after taking break from competition in October 2020. The first event in his new endeavour was a success as he and his teammates qualified for the Aorus League regional finals with wins against the biggest teams in Argentina.

Following their victory, we sat down with the Argentine youngster to learn more about him joining forces with Furious, the reasoning behind his long break, how he sees his return and the different possible routes he could have taken when considering his options.

meyern believes Argentina has what it takes to put a team on the world scene

The 18-year-old, who lived two intense years abroad playing in Brazil, Europe and North America with teams like Isurus, Sharks and MIBR, has now set the goal of trying to get Argentina on the map by teaming up with Jonathan "⁠JonY BoY⁠" Muñoz and a trio of young up-and-coming players in the South American country. To understand how meyern got to where he is now, we revisited some of his past experiences and picked his brain on his current situation and what the future could bring in a burgeoning Counter-Strike scene in his native country.

Let's start off by going back in time to your big break on the international scene, when you joined MIBR. What was that experience like?

When I joined MIBR in December 2019 we did OK at the beginning. We had close games against some of the best teams in the world and we bootcamped in February, practicing up to 11 hours a day against all of the top teams. I think we were fairly strong at the time, we were doing well in practice and we were pretty united as a group. We spent all of our time together, talking about the mistakes we had to fix and the things we did well.

Then the Major got cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. We were in California at the time and we lost the Flashpoint final, as well. After that, our results started to go downhill, we had a lot of meetings in which we talked about possible solutions and proposals regarding how to get better. Despite everything, it was a nice period. It was a beautiful experience to be able to play against the best teams in the world, alongside the best players in the world, and I really learned a lot.

I took away good things from everyone there and without a doubt it was a time in which I felt good about myself. I was playing all day and working on finding the best version that I could be, but in the end, they decided to cut me from the team. I had to accept the decision and I took it in stride, even staying at the gaming house a few extra days before flying back home.

During my time in MIBR I got to play on LAN with a bit of a crowd and I had the chance to bootcamp in Poland, which was also a great experience. To live and breathe Counter-Strike all day long was something amazing. Living with the team was also quite an experience. Waking up and walking down to your PC to sit next to FalleN, TACO, kNgV- and fer, people who know so much about the game and who are always giving you something new to think about, was a constant learning process.

Why weren’t you able to adapt to the team? Was it because of the roles in the server? Lack of experience? Something else?

I wasn't able to fit in because I have a bit of a special personality, I don't think I was contributing enough to the team at the time, inside or outside of the server. At first, I was playing okay, but I was playing new roles because they already had all of their fixed roles and I was the one who had to adapt. So in some ways, I wasn't able to contribute enough with communication and other things, but I tried to give as much as I could and to learn as much as I could to get up to speed. I was never able to get on their level, and looking back, I just think it wasn't my time. I was there to learn and become a better version of myself, but they needed something to work out faster. I tried to give as much as I could, but it just wasn't my time yet.

Did you think that joining a struggling team at such a young age was a problem?

Being so young was one more setback. I was in a very beloved team with an incredibly huge following and I was feeling a lot of pressure. They were also already struggling before I came into the picture, it's not like they were winning before I joined, and when we couldn’t turn it around I think it made them want to look elsewhere and try something new, which is something that I was the first person to understand and agree with.

Where was the pressure coming from? Was it self-imposed or was it external?

The pressure was mostly from within, I wanted to become the best possible version of myself, although I also felt the pressure of having such a huge following — there were so many people rooting for MIBR. The pressure was both internal and external.

meyern felt the pressure of standing among giants of the game during his time in MIBR

What was your biggest takeaway from that time?

I learned a lot while I was in MIBR, especially as a teammate, trying to make the person next to you better so that they can also be the best possible version of themselves. Striving to reach the highest level and trying to find perfection in the game. That's something very crucial and I always seek it out now, perfection — even if such a thing doesn't exist, you want to be as close to it as possible. The things I experienced during that time filled me up for the future, so I take it as something positive. Now I'm just trying to put to practice all of the things I learned back then.

You didn’t let much time elapse after leaving MIBR and you teamed up with 9z soon thereafter, albeit somewhat briefly. What happened there?

I joined 9z in July 2020. It was a different team than what I was used to, a lot of young guys but also experience on the side of bit and zakk. It was a team that I struggled to gel with at the beginning, but they were always there to help and did everything for me to fit in with the group. They're a very good team with a solid future ahead of them. I'll forever apologize to them, but it just wasn't the right time for me to join a team, I wasn't feeling well back then. I was a bit depressed, so to say, a bit tired of the game.

Nothing was the same when I returned [to Argentina] and I just didn't have the same motivation as before. I tried to force myself to give as much as I could to the team and the organization, but in the end I hit a wall and realized that I needed to take some time to myself. It had nothing to do with them, quite the opposite, I got along with everyone and they had great energy. But the truth is that at that point staying on the team didn't do anyone any good, so I decided to take some time off, get my affairs in order and hit the reset button.

Do you think the experiences you lived at such a young age, before joining 9z, were heavy on you?

I started playing when I was really young and I left home when I was 16. Having so many experiences at such a young age eventually made me hit a low point, emotionally, and I think that reaching the heights of playing with MIBR and it coming to such an abrupt end... In a certain way, it was great because of all of the things I learned, but in other ways, it hit me emotionally. Being so far from my family and not having a lot of contact with them for so long, it all played into me feeling a bit down. I left home at 16, first to Brazil with Isurus, then to Portugal and Texas with Sharks, and finally to California with MIBR.

meyern took some time to himself after almost two years abroad, a journey he started at 16

All in all, it was nearly two years away from home and it did affect me. I don't think it would have been the same had I been living in Argentina, but on the other hand, I'm so happy that I was able to do all of those things at such a young age, and I know that all of it will help me in the present and in the future. Like any period, it had its ups and downs, some things were lost and others were gained, but now I'm ready to look forward and use what I have learned.

What did you do in your time off to get the flame burning again?

When I took a break from Counter-Strike, I set more time aside to be with my family and friends. I used my time to connect with them while also getting my own affairs in order. Although even then I still kept up to date with the game. I played with friends, I watched streams and tournaments, but it was all just a bit more relaxed. It was a time to figure out how to come back in the best possible way, both inside and outside of the server. It was a crucial break for me, after which I'm ready to start practicing seriously and playing tournaments again. More than ever, I'm ready to start striving and achieving new goals.

Did you have many offers while you were on the sidelines?

I had several offers from Europe and North America, I was very close to signing with a team based in North America. I was literally one step away from leaving, but I realized deep down that it wasn't really what I wanted. What I wanted was to return with an Argentinian team.

I believe that my future is here and I want to give my all to compete with an Argentinian squad at big events. That's my goal now, so I turned down international offers to start a new journey here, with that goal in mind. It's my dream and I want to make it reality, I'm going to do everything I can to make it happen. Language barriers or leaving the country weren't a big deal for me, I could have done it, but I truly believe an Argentinian team can make it, so I'm going to chase that dream.

You ended up making a return with Furious. What led you there? And can you tell me a little bit about the team itself?

One big takeaway from my early days was the importance of teamwork because tomorrow it won't be you winning all by yourself, it will be with your team. Fruits are borne from hard work each and every day, with the whole team on the same page and having the same goals and dreams. I believe the most important part is group work, to get good chemistry and good energy going. I believe that the teams that become successful are the ones that are united. That's something I feel with Furious. Even if we're going slowly and step by step, I think we're on the right track.

We just started out, but I'm sure we have everything we need to move forward. It's a complicated time with the coronavirus pandemic still out there, which makes bootcamping and other things hard, but we're going to do everything in our hands to give as much as each of us possibly can. I believe we'll be able to achieve beautiful things with time, we just need to keep up our routine and the progress we're making so that things will work out in our favor.

JonY BoY was one of the players meyern looked up to in his early days

Furious is made up of nacho, abizz and Owen$inhoM, three young players that may not be famous but that have huge potential. They've been playing together for a while now and the truth is that they have what it takes to make it, they're very devoted to the game. They're always trying to figure out their mistakes, working on becoming better players, and they're very motivated. They may not have a lot of experience, but they're getting better day by day and they also work on making the team a strong, cohesive unit.

On the other side there's JonY BoY, who has been through a lot. When I started playing I was a huge fan of his, so being on a team with him now is incredible for me — I'm very happy that it worked out the way it did. We have a nice group going with our coach, Xiguinilster, and our analyst, Muse. We work well and I know that what we're doing now, which we do to chase our dream, will be rewarded in the future. We have a lot of ambition and we put in the work to go with it.

You beat Isurus and 9z in your first outing, the Aorus League Season 2 Southern Cone qualifier. What was that win like for the team?

We only had two weeks of practice before the Aorus League Season 2 Southern Cone qualifier, but we won all of our matches, except one against 9z, and qualified for the event. We started ahead against 9z, but they came back and won 16-14. We had a good T side on Nuke, but our CT side wasn't great and they punished us for it. After that, we beat Coscu Army, Isurus in the semi-finals and 9z in the final. It was a very good tournament for us, we were always fixing our mistakes and constantly improving after every match.

It's incredible how every player is constantly trying to become better and the work they put towards doing it is amazing, it makes me very happy. When I came back to activity I told myself that I'd give my best in every single tournament we play and that I’d live every experience in the best possible way. Now we need to keep this up at every upcoming tournament.

You’re on loan with Furious until the end of the year but still under contract with 9z. How do you see the future playing out? Do you think you’ll stay in Argentina or is there a chance you’ll go to a bigger region?

I haven't really thought long term, and it's not something I'm very interested in doing just yet, but I can say that the chance of going international and living that experience again is always there, sure, the door is always open. But right now, more than anything, I want to concentrate on the present and focus on the experience of playing with Furious.

I'm happy playing in Argentina and I'm happy that this opportunity arose, and although it's just a loan right now — which is something that has to be respected —, I'm just focused on being present and going all in with this team. I'm just playing as if every match with this team were the last one and giving as much of myself as I can in order to win everything we can.

It seems to be a good moment to be playing in Argentina, the region is currently in a period of growth, living through a golden age.

I'm very excited about the current state of the Argentinian Counter-Strike scene. It's full of people that are really supporting the game and we have a huge fan base. We also have a lot of teams that are starting to make waves like Durany, River Plate, Isurus or 9z. I think if we keep going we'll be able to reach a pretty high level. The Argentinian scene hasn't always been very strong, but we should be proud of the way things are going at the moment.

I dream that one day be we’ll be recognized globally. Our next step is to qualify for bigger tournaments, as 9z did. They went on to beat none other than Vitality. That meant a lot to us, it made me so happy when they won. I worked with the 9z guys and seeing them win was a real pleasure. I'm going to keep working hard so that we can bring fans more joyous moments like that. I know that everyone is working hard for that to happen and it makes me very happy.

Counter-Strike is suffering in a lot of regions, but in Argentina we're lucky to have guys like Luken, try, max... well, max is from Uruguay, but that's a country that we fraternize with a lot. I think that having a lot of positive influences has helped the community grow. These days it's huge, people don't talk about it much, but there are a lot of people joining in and supporting the local scene.

Players like Luken are important pillars for the game's growth in Argentina, meyern says

There are also a lot of very talented players appearing, players who have been working hard to carve out a place for themselves. This is something that has slowly been happening, it seems like it's new, but I've been watching talented players in our amateur circuit for a while now. I think that hard work and consistency are really helping us become a bigger community.

Organizations like 9z, Isurus, Furious, they're very big at our regional level, and in large part it's thanks to them that more and more people are joining the scene every day. It's almost impossible to say that we can be like Brazil, the cradle of Counter-Strike in South America — they're at a very high level with a lot of great teams —, but it's something we can try and mimic to reach similar heights. We need to keep supporting each other and treating each other with respect, in the end, we're all chasing the same dream. If anyone from Argentina wins something, we should take it as a victory for all of us. We all need to be pushing in the same direction and I believe that we're on the right path.

Argentina Ignacio 'meyern' Meyer
Ignacio 'meyern' Meyer
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Argentina Jonathan 'JonY BoY' Muñoz
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Tier5 player
2021-06-09 22:29
11 replies
Japan Yuukek
Thank you Fallen "ten faced" Toledo you're mentally destroyed a cute guy
2021-06-09 22:37
6 replies
2021-06-09 22:40
Expected from Gabriel "Twenty-Faced" Toledo.
2021-06-09 22:42
1 reply
in fact it wasn't Gabriel "one hundred faced" Toledos fault
2021-06-09 23:07
im dead lol
2021-06-10 06:20
nt Gabriel "40% faced" Toledo
2021-06-10 13:20
1 reply
nt Nicolai "Gabriel" Reedtz
2021-06-10 13:38
Angry brazilian
2021-06-09 22:38
3 replies
he's baiting u lmao.
2021-06-10 17:25
1 reply
He's not
2021-06-10 18:03
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Finland Doto_top1
2021-06-09 22:30
Germany kekeke_
washed up
2021-06-09 22:30
29 replies
2021-06-10 00:00
26 replies
2021-06-10 00:01
20 replies
2021-06-10 00:03
18 replies
flair has nothing to do with this lol
2021-06-10 00:04
17 replies
"TACO friend" says Lol stfu clown
2021-06-10 00:05
16 replies
expected from argentinian after he rekted your whole country. have a nice day.
2021-06-10 00:06
15 replies
2021-06-10 00:07
14 replies
hmmm... so? lol
2021-06-10 00:13
13 replies
You rekted yourself ty
2021-06-10 00:14
12 replies
all i see is a bunch of argentinian mad cuz TACO rekted their whole country in a single tweet. HAHAHAHAAHHA this is pure gold.
2021-06-10 00:50
11 replies
Keep crying
2021-06-10 00:56
9 replies
keep barking hahahahahah
2021-06-10 00:57
1 reply
can u link me the tweet? just so i know what you´re talking about? ^^
2021-06-10 12:38
Stop humiliating yourself, no scene in Argentina my dude. Shut up and be humble.
2021-06-11 16:11
6 replies
And what? Do you still defend that moron? Lol stfu
2021-06-14 16:42
4 replies
My boy, the one who needs to stfu is you. Stop being such a cringe fanboy. Cya
2021-06-14 17:17
3 replies
"cringe" lolololololol Cry is free nerd
2021-06-14 18:36
2 replies
Stop spaming please. Go back to your villa negrito
2021-06-19 17:24
1 reply
Reported Nos vemos en Disney bobo
2021-06-19 22:01
+1 why are argentinians so delusionals
2021-06-18 16:41
taco has been tame with respect by a organization from argentina lol u been lied by a bad old man haha
2021-06-10 16:35
2021-06-10 00:15
Don't be mad at the truth
2021-06-10 00:21
4 replies
I don't mind what this guy is saying because he's just a bad baiter. So I'm rekting him for free.
2021-06-10 00:22
3 replies
rent free in your head, keep barking for me ;D
2021-06-10 00:50
2 replies
You're my whore
2021-06-10 00:57
ok clown dont write cygan
2021-06-10 06:49
Cmon men, dude is only 18, passed through a lot of stuff, hes trying to recover and he has what it takes to do it.
2021-06-10 12:29
>washed up >18 y/o undenyable talent lowiq hohlkopf
2021-06-10 16:59
Ukraine volod1m1r
What a brilliant man
2021-06-09 22:31
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Ukraine devitt
+1 if only UA players were like that in reality they want to play with russia players only
2021-06-09 22:47
4 replies
Ukraine volod1m1r
Yeah, although I feel like Ukrainians are coming together more and more
2021-06-09 22:50
3 replies
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Ukraine devitt
yep marlian ec kyiv sad akuma ruined reputation of ukrainian teams, now everyone think that ua teams are xiters
2021-06-09 22:51
2 replies
2021-06-10 04:53
1 reply
Argentina blatxer
lmao russia can't compare to Ukraine, NaVi ruled the .6 era we've never seen something similar with russian teams there's been periods here and there but for how massive the russian CS scene is it doesn't seem like much.
2021-06-11 18:31
2021-06-09 22:31
1 reply
rumanian cs lol
2021-06-10 17:05
he is still alive :D I forgot about him lol
2021-06-09 22:33
United States stotte
If you move to NA, its entirely possible. Another team that could have potentially rivaled you, Triumph, just downgraded itself 6 tiers. You would most definitely make finals at NA closed qualifiers
2021-06-09 22:33
1 reply
try | 
Argentina Joedash
AFAIK, 9z is planning to move to USA, and maybe Furious will after this interview with meyern. But are great teams together with Isurus and travelling to USA would provide them hella lot of exp for up-coming events.
2021-06-10 00:28
Finland okxD
ok but what happened to 9z
2021-06-09 22:33
20 replies
still in SA, Latino teams don't have money to settle in Europe or NA
2021-06-09 22:42
19 replies
well i think 9z is good enough with god try and max, but they need to win regional stuff first. I hope they do good though, so much potential and good igling from the ukrainian headshot machine
2021-06-09 22:47
3 replies
9z is in a strange state right now, they don't want to be involved in long tourneys, and the players are spreaded all across the south cone. They lost against KG network (ex-paqueta) because try had 120 ping, that only means that he's playing from "La Pampa" (his hometown).
2021-06-10 01:02
2 replies
only thing I know is they are preparing to move for NA, maybe that is the reason why they aren't playing long tourneys
2021-06-10 13:11
1 reply
try | 
Argentina RabenZ
yes, that is what the ceo said on a stream. he said they are waiting for the next Blast qualy and then they're going to NA
2021-06-16 19:31
But brazil is latino
2021-06-10 13:37
14 replies
u know what i mean... Also no Brazilian team would sign an Argentine / Hispanic team (no matter how good it may be) to take it to NA/EU
2021-06-10 14:15
13 replies
Show me a argetinian line up that would win 2 majors in a row. Maybe a brazilian org sing them
2021-06-10 14:19
12 replies
without realizing it you have reinforced my point. There are many excellent Brazilian teams, very capable of succeeding in tier 2/1, but they also don't have the investment to take them, so if they are not major teams... why take them?
2021-06-10 14:23
1 reply
God point
2021-06-10 14:27
A Argentinian line that could win a dreamhack would already be good. But also would be nice if you guys don't call brazilians monkeys every match
2021-06-10 14:24
9 replies
ENOUGH VICTIMISM, most Argentines are also angry because they have had bad experiences with Brazilians. I do not justify the insults and toxicity of my fellow patriots, but accept that in Brazil they are not all innocent either. I don't insult them, and if my friends do I tell them not to. But even so I have had many games that have been a shit for xenophobia on the part of Brazilians
2021-06-10 14:34
7 replies
ok But all the games I've played on faceit after 4 rounds they called me monkey.
2021-06-10 14:37
6 replies
If I play soloq, the same thing happens, not with a monkey but if I am disregarded for being Argentine... from the first round
2021-06-10 15:27
3 replies
Well, I know many argentinians who are very nice to brazilians, unfortunately there is the other part that is racist, even though I am white lol. they would call the FalleN monkey maybe, even being white.
2021-06-10 17:31
2 replies
Argentina blatxer
just letting you know that calling every ARG gringo and mocking their language is also xenophobic and racist
2021-06-11 18:47
1 reply
we call "boludo" only for ARG ppl.
2021-06-13 19:12
Don't be a whiner. If the Brazilians insult the Argentines they have to put up with it if they return it to them. I play with Brazilians and they always insult me ​​like nothing, but if I call them monkeys, they start crying. They are unbearable If they have the courage to insult, they have to have the courage to endure being insulted
2021-06-11 16:04
1 reply
90% of the time the Argentines ppl are who start.
2021-06-13 19:13
I've talked about this already, but it's annoying how both BR players and ARG players play the victim all the time, a lot of matches I enter a match, say something and a BR player calls me Boludo just because. I am not racist and I don't call BRs macacos or anything because I hate the stupid fights between players from both countries. I hate it when I enter a match and the first thing I hear is a BR player and an ARG player just insulting each other. also, arg players always say "BRs de mierda, I can't play with them because they're toxic and they kick me" and so, and still when they play with friends and hear someone speaking Portuguese start saying "macaco", "brazilero de mierda" and that kind of thing, AND I HATE THAT
2021-06-18 16:51
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2021-06-09 22:34
good luck!
2021-06-09 22:37
fnx | 
Poland DonVac
2021-06-09 22:39
Argentina Frannnnnnn
who cars
2021-06-09 22:40
2021-06-09 22:41
Switzerland x676
why 10000000000000 news and articles about him? and videofrags, when everybody does ACEs everyday and they don't get any videos
2021-06-09 22:43
1 reply
gogogogo nachito
2021-06-09 22:47
Meyern; One for the future
2021-06-09 22:47
Finland suomiye
Can you please stop talking about mibr and actually grind your way out of tier 6
2021-06-09 22:49
3 replies
Pretty sure the guy went inactive for like 6+ months for who the fuck knows why reasons Now he has to start getting out of tier 6 so... Give him about another year of talking about mibr lmao.
2021-06-10 17:08
2 replies
"after taking break from competition in October 2020." p much first line, yeah, give the kid until the end of this year to reach tier 1 or he'll need other rosters.
2021-06-10 17:11
1 reply
Finland suomiye
Lets see
2021-06-19 19:57
Why the name is so similar to Furia? People will think I am a fan of Furious and not Furia!!! Jokes aside all the best luck for meyern, and I hope Argentinean CSGO scene improves. It would be sick to have strong competition between different countries of SA.
2021-06-09 22:49
2 replies
FURIA meyern actually makes sense if you think about it. He used to AWP good in Sharks.
2021-06-10 18:22
Argentina blatxer
maybe because is the same word? hahahahaha
2021-06-11 18:52
playing with jony boy is my dream
2021-06-09 22:50
Cyprus Swishh_
another great article/interview lucas!
2021-06-09 22:55
try | 
Argentina papurri
he is washed, luken is better
2021-06-09 22:56
meyern try max luken +1
2021-06-09 22:59
6 replies
2021-06-09 23:24
5 replies
Lets pray for Kün Aguero to buy these guys and make the SA dream team. Ps: luken can igl. I belive!!
2021-06-09 23:28
3 replies
Brazil nevinho
SA dream team would be 5 brazilians lmao
2021-06-10 00:17
try | 
Argentina papurri
I dont think this team is impossible, they all have high buyouts+ luken wanna play in eu, thats a lot of money and i dnt think kru wants to spend that money, its like they are not interested in cs, only valorant xD
2021-06-10 01:06
1 reply
sad but true :(
2021-06-10 01:07
can be
2021-06-10 00:53
Brazil kiNgS!
2021-06-09 23:00
1 reply
Brazil Guelry
why are you laughing
2021-06-10 00:06
I like meyern but i think he won't achieve anything on a argentinian team.
2021-06-09 23:03
4 replies
Argentina lechon
Should’ve taken the EU offer even if it came from a tier 2 team
2021-06-10 03:59
Argentina mpocsgo
we will see.. when finally a "good" argentinian team could go to live to EU for at least 1 year.. (in the x6tence team only jonyboy or nikom at that time were decent).. i mean a team like 9z,furious, or maybe merge all the best players from here and go live there..(luken,try,meyern,max,jonyboy,prime nikom,prime 1962) i dont say they would win big tournaments.. but they could reach top 20/15 at least, if a team like extra salt could..
2021-06-10 10:52
2 replies
9z already is one of the biggest promising teams of all the world, if they stay at NA will win eveything They style of play is already like biggests teams of EU. Only will have to loose some matches to win the rest of them
2021-06-10 13:15
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Argentina mpocsgo
yeah, they have a lot of potencial, but maybe with players like luken and meyern with them, they would be scarier .. btw.. they lost vs Furious gaming in a local tournament.. (meyern and jonyboy were in it)
2021-06-11 18:12
We believe in you manito <3
2021-06-09 23:08
Hungary szia
Sure hope he can recover after mibr derailed his career
2021-06-09 23:17
1 reply
Typical opinion of a 12 year old that never worked in any job or carreer in their life, who also did not read the interview at all.
2021-06-10 10:48
"I had several offers from Europe and North America, I was very close to signing with a team based in North America. I was literally one step away from leaving, but I realized deep down that it wasn't really what I wanted. What I wanted was to return with an Argentinian team." What a great guy
2021-06-09 23:17
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And what a bad choice ngl
2021-06-10 00:23
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Argentina Joedash
Better than doing the Obo move is. I mean, being outside ur country for 2 years(unlike Obo), is kinda harsh.
2021-06-10 00:30
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It's understandable for personal reasons but not for sport reasons so going with the "national pride" is a dumb move imo unless he's just saying it because it sounds cool
2021-06-10 00:34
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Argentina Joedash
It might be wrong, but 2 out of 3 teams he was in, were outside his country, so he wanted to take a break and give a chance to his country which has a lot of talent. And with JonyBoy on the lead, they have great potential(they just won against 9z and una fashion way).
2021-06-10 00:37
I hope to see jony boy and Meyern perform well in this team
2021-06-09 23:27
"Give my all" wtf this even mean? GL anyways
2021-06-09 23:28
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Argentina Joedash
Translation of "darlo todo", it's the right way to say it in English
2021-06-10 00:31
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They can just translate like "give my best" it was very weird typo
2021-06-10 01:20
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Argentina mpocsgo
it was full google translator xD
2021-06-10 10:44
gl my man
2021-06-09 23:30
kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk AR CS is so bad wtf
2021-06-09 23:39
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grow up
2021-06-09 23:40
why are you laughing? i honestly wanted ar cs and ar in general to be in a better spot
2021-06-10 09:57
Really good one Lucas.
2021-06-09 23:45
good to see he didnt give up after mibr
2021-06-09 23:51
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Argentina laushe
Already washed up. He wasted his prime
2021-06-09 23:53
-Argentina team -big event
2021-06-10 00:16
United States xiquo
2021-06-10 00:19
Lets go Furiousss
2021-06-10 00:20
Argentina damik1ng
GL Nachito!
2021-06-10 00:20
Brazil Guelry
Meyern you are legend
2021-06-10 00:24
Meyern <3
2021-06-10 01:09
GL Meyern. We are in the hopes for you to achieve your dreams
2021-06-10 01:23
very nice
2021-06-10 01:32
HLTV is obsessed with this kid I swear
2021-06-10 01:38
People hype this kid way too much
2021-06-10 01:45
Good luck boludo player jajajahaha
2021-06-10 02:14
Smart guy that sees value in keeping it local. Respect.
2021-06-10 02:50
Chile cap_
God meyern
2021-06-10 03:28
Brazil Anarchybr
Good luck Manito <3
2021-06-10 03:43
Gl manito
2021-06-10 04:32
2021-06-10 08:43
JonyBOY best argentinian player
2021-06-10 08:49
Brazil kalil420
meyern god!!! good luck!!
2021-06-10 09:28
Best german in Argentina!
2021-06-10 09:43
Italy MulaManca
Based manito
2021-06-10 10:16
LUL Argentina Columbia 2/2
2021-06-10 10:41
Looking good
2021-06-10 12:14
Russia yungyoda
Good luck mens
2021-06-10 12:20
Ok GL in tier 4 for the rest of your career.
2021-06-10 12:53
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why the aggression men :(
2021-06-10 19:53
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Bro I fcking love this kid. But I get so mad, because I see so much potential being wasted. But deep down we have to understand that, just as Adriano was not all he could be in football, our dear Boludito will not live up to his potential.
2021-06-11 01:01
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Man, then wait a little bit, playing in Argentina will make him good for his mental health, besides, who knows if he comes back to 9z or he goes to Detona, even furious is set to bootcamp in EU, remember he's only 18
2021-06-11 03:41
Great talent, he will get there.
2021-06-10 12:57
Brazil skazzi
meyern try deco max Luken
2021-06-10 13:39
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2021-06-10 16:26
Instead of deco, i would say christo You need a good IGL and a second awper
2021-06-10 17:11
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2021-06-10 18:41
Faroe Islands AdNauseam
He managed to look worse than taco and thats impressive, but good lucky and I hope you can improve and reach your goals.
2021-06-10 13:58
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meyern>every faroese person ever
2021-06-11 05:51
Netherlands poeya1
good luck meyern XD
2021-06-10 14:26
Chile gentleeH
good luck with that axaaxaxa
2021-06-10 15:33
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Meyern>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> All Chilean players in the history of CS
2021-06-10 21:47
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Chile gentleeH
keznit better
2021-06-11 03:15
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2021-06-11 05:49
Argentina damik1ng
Meyern, get focus and keep growing. Best of luck.
2021-06-10 15:54
One of careers MIBR destroyed
2021-06-10 16:21
Brazil MarceloGJ
gl manito <3
2021-06-10 16:37
Canada Porgal
I will always support a young man chasing his dreams. Unless of course, if his dreams involve genocide.
2021-06-10 17:16
ngl the whole "making my teammates better versions of themselves" thingy sounds kinda obnoxious but gl i guess
2021-06-10 19:14
Poland SebL
Well I wouldn't say that MIBR was struggling when he joined them, they had some decent results. I'm really surprised that his stint with 9z ended that fast, because I felt like that roster could really work well together. He looked pretty good in this 9z roster, I thought he is going to join some more ,,interesting'' team. I doubt that he will stay with this Furious roster, I mean he and JonY BoY are just level ahead of the rest of the team. But GL bro.
2021-06-10 19:54
the day a full argentinian team will compete at a big event will soon come
2021-06-11 15:01
Sweden frozze90
who? stick too football. Mb has chance there
2021-06-11 16:44
Chile cristiaan
2021-06-11 22:29
poor kid, never gonna get past br scene kkkkkkkkk
2021-06-12 03:59
much deserved... felt bad for him sinc emald in bra71l ruined him
2021-06-15 08:17
will be hard
2021-06-15 12:48
i admire these guys, they always take pride for their country over money.
2021-06-19 17:25
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yes, only when returning home is the only option pride whatsoever is secondary when you actually have the option to play in mibr
2021-06-19 22:06
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