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Fnatic CS:GO Coach Samuelsson Says They Are Really Disappointed By Blast Pro Series

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Andreas “Samuelsson” Samuelsson is a 28-year-old Swedish CS:GO coach who has been working for Fnatic since August 2017 as a Manager. In September 2019, he decided to be a coach for the team. After his new role, they managed to win the DreamHack Masters Malmö 2019.

On 26 December, after Blast Pro Series announced why they are not invited the Fnatic, Samuelsson said that they are so disappointed.

Samuelsson said:

“We are beyond disappointed not getting invited to blast. We have been quiet trying to understand but nothing makes sense for us. “thinking long term and not only of the rankings”??? That’s extremely rude to an organization with the legacy we have…….”

A fan named Samshanks replied:

“Literally the second most successful org of all time in CSGO. Tournament wins spread out across most years. Spikes in 2018 and being solid in 2019 = ThInKiNg LoNg TeRm and inviting Complexity”

Another fan, named Mao Nikki said:

“And that doesn’t make any sense, fnatic have way more potential to stay at the top on the long therm than most of the teams there”

You can read the tweets below.

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