Originally brought into the team to be the in-game leader, stanislaw found himself at constant odds with the team's coach Wilton 'zews' Prado. He would later be replaced as in-game leader by nitr0 but his idea of how the team should be run continued to go against zews'. He describes a number of different occasions where where he could not find common ground with the Brazilian, but says that he does believe that the coach had the team's best interests at heart. However, stanislaw ultimately found the differences too hard to overcome and believes he was "setup to fail from the very start".
My statement.Read: https://t.co/CcCzzqwFzj — 21 (@peterjarguz) November 14, 2017
Overall, I feel that I was setup to fail from the very start. I was brought into Team Liquid to be a leader but I believe that they already had a leader in Zews. 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.Read More:
I want this to be very clear, none of this is an excuse, I am completely deserving of being replaced. For the past month I've been absolutely miserable and I've allowed it to affect my gameplay and my teammates, and I want to apologize to them for that, especially Nick and Russ, I'll miss playing with the both of you. I should have worked things out with Zews before they got this bad, but I allowed it to continue and ruin the atmosphere in the team.Where stanislaw will go next is uncertain. That Canadian is presumably still under contract with Team Liquid and will remain so until after the ELEAGUE Boston 2018 Major in January. With this in mind, any organization that is interested in acquiring him will likely have to buy him out of his contract. -