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Attriti0n
Attriti0n

It is funny how you pretend to understand Sc2 as an eSport and know about Nani. He even said in the interview that at the end of the day, they are just excuses and do not justify his results.

 

About his public speech, let us send you over to Sweden, get interviewed in Swedish and see how well you speak. Nani has said many times in the past that results are what matters and everything else is extra. Why would a team-less, nonsalaried player who cares very little with public opinion, need to learn how to publicly speak? 

 

You say that he should tell his group, what are you talking about? There is no group for him. You say he should get a schedule to practice constantly, how? He went to Dallas (2nd to 4th of Nov) to Dreamhack (22nd to 24th of Nov) to IPL (29th Nov to 2nd Dec). Assuming everything was air tight, and there was only one day to arrival and one day back home, he had a total of 19 days to practice between Dallas to IPL. In 19 days, do you realize how far the metagame goes? Do you realize how even one little fixing in a strategy takes? Let alone to learn new ones? Or how rigorous basic 8+ hour training is, just to keep up mechanically? Obviously not.

 

Nani does constantly practice WHEN HE CAN, otherwise he wouldn't be producing the results that he is. 

HailHellfire
HailHellfire

 @Attriti0n 

 

did i ruffle your feathers?

 

you seem to make it personal..

i would never talk rudely on another person who has trouble speaking another language. i didnt bring anything like that up in my comment...

that was your own assessment of what i stated....

 

to me, he speaks superb English...

& seems to know exactly what hes saying...

 

when i say "train wreck" i mean, that he literally seems to talk ALOT  about  his issues....

not game issues...

 

when you are a person in the public eye, it is important to get lessons on how to talk to the public...

b/c you will be interviewed, over and over again...

you are your own brand...

 

and when i say "Group," the people that support & sponsor him..everyone has some kind of group that sits around & helps that individual out in succeeding...

otherwise they loose money on their asset...

Attriti0n
Attriti0n

 @HailHellfire I will contest, yes you did indeed ruffle my feathers. Whenever I see stupidity on that caliber I cannot help but to get my feathers ruffled. 

 

Yes, he does speak excellent English, however he by no means should be expected to have the same expertise as someone who speaks solely English. He has one sponsor, and they agreed to letting him be himself before hand - he doesn't even use their products to compete. You have this idea that he is a brand or representing something, no, he isn't. He is just being himself. If he wasn't, he wouldn't he jumped teams so many times, and he wouldn't be as honest and often rude as he is, etc etc.

 

You keep bringing up group, and I'm not sure if you are slow to catch on, or if you have some sort of mental disorder which prevents you from doing so. There is no group for Nani. The idea that they lose money when they don't hire a support group for ONE PLAYER, is absurd. A massive name, such as Evil Geniuses has these sorts of groups yes, but that is irrelevant to a single player.  

danteafk
danteafk

 @HailHellfire  @Attriti0n  as already said, he has no team behind him, he can speak as he wants in public since he does not represent any/much sponsors in public.

 

get real, hater.