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CS:GO Player MICHU Reveals The Problem With The Polish Scene

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Michał Müller, known as “MICHU,” is a 23-year-old Polish CS:GO player who was recently playing for Virtus.pro since February 2018. Before that, he was playing for Team Kinguin. In his career, he earned over $200.000 from the events.

On 7th January, during the interview with hltv.org, he said that both players and organizations are responsible for the current state of the Polish scene.

hltv.org:

“The Polish scene has a high number of paid teams, as well as domestic leagues and tournaments going on. How does that impact the scene? Often people say that not having enough resources limits players and teams, but in the example of Poland, it seems to be holding them back?”

MICHU replied:

“The budget of the organization is important when it’s managed properly and is focused on getting better results. In my opinion, both players and organizations are responsible for the current state of the Polish scene. Everybody wants good results, but we need more professionalism. Polish teams lack some facilities such as sports psychologists, who could make players realize what else do they need and what should they learn, a psychologist could also show them how important discipline and hierarchy is in a team. Both I and the guys from Virtus.pro learned a lot about ourselves and building relations in the team. Thankfully we worked together with psychologist and it was one of the best experiences in my life.”

hltv.org:

“Is a big Polish shuffle going to happen? Is it possible to make a Polish team that could be in the top 10 and who would be in it?”

MICHU said:

“I think this is the right moment for the shuffle. There are many good players that could create something really solid. I think it was rallen and dycha who stood out recently. This duo could end up in a roster that would really achieve a lot”

Click here to read the full interview.

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