Subsequent to being supplanted by Lucas “steel” Lopes on Team Liquid yesterday, Peter “stanislaw” Jarguz took Twitter today to give his variant of what happened to the group.
The most concerning issue confronting Liquid preceding Stanislaw’s turn to the seat needed to do with the group’s administration.
In February, he progressed toward becoming in-diversion pioneer essentially to settle Liquid’s issues, yet paying little heed to the group’s playstyles and separately evolving parts, despite everything they battled. In the meantime, Stanislaw’s greatest hindrance as a player and pioneer on Liquid appeared to be his steady conflicts with mentor Wilton “zews” Prado mix-ups.
Recently, stanislaw felt the team chemistry changing drastically, as his arguments with Zews continued to escalate. “[Zews] told me how I am unable to take criticism and how I am always negative. This did not sit well with me because one of my strong traits is the ability to always improve and take criticism,” he continued. “I truly believe Zews’ intentions are good, and he is a coach with great passion, but at the end of the day we are just fundamentally two different types of leaders.”
In the months following the August player break, Liquid started off well at ESG Mykonos (top-four) and ESL One New York (second place), but their placings declined at the ELEAGUE CS:GO Premier and EPICENTER, where they came in last at both events.
Under stanislaw’s leadership, the team’s best performances were at the ESL Pro League season five finals in June and at ESL One New York in September.