i do not understand why Dignitas and Col kicked out nani since while in both teams he was a beastly player. I mean something must be going on behind the scenes . Anyone knows? I mean i spend my time and money watching this guy play so i wanna know what the fk is going on...
Klonere Ireland. December 09 2011 05:53. Posts 1651
On December 09 2011 05:51 FlamingForce wrote: The amount of people that didn't read Nani's own statement regarding the issue and just go ahead making crazy assumptions and statements makes me lose hope in humanity
I read his statement. He went to Korea to train and most of the people there.. speak korean! Shocking.
Cloud9157 United States. December 09 2011 05:53. Posts 1735
Ok then. I think this is pretty strange, but I thought it was strange for Complexity to pick up NaNiWa in the first place. I think my biggest question is: Who does coL sign from here? They really don't have any other top tier players, and while I very much respect and admire the work the Jasons put into their team, I'm just not sure what direction they take from here.
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On December 09 2011 05:41 pinball777 wrote: Huh?? I find this kinda strange, so long as he stays in Korea its ok I guess, but switching teams so many times this year can't be good for him. It's his 4th team now
Lol ? way more, like 6-7. MYM, Empire, Playzone.fi (something like that), Dignitas, coL, Quantic.
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On December 09 2011 05:45 stratmatt wrote: seen this coming when naniwa said all that complexity has done for him is better practice partners at mlg. kid is such a tool, i feel bad for whoever picks him up. when are some of these 'pros' gonna understand that being a 'pro' gamer on a 'pro' gamer team means you have to act professional? it brings the entire scene down the way they act at these events sometimes. simply cant stand it.
Being a pro on a pro team also means you have to have more than one pro on the team. If Col couldn't deliver that why should he stay?
Considering CoL has a partnership with MVP, I'm pretty sure they have plenty of good players Nani could play with.
Not according to the or Naniwa himself. But I'm sure you know better.
I'll trust a professional organization like CoL over a person with a history of being an asshole. Thanks.
"Asshole" (using your words) maybe, but not liar. And CoL also has a history of having problems with players.
SpearWrit United States. December 09 2011 05:54. Posts 300