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Natus Vincere CS:GO Coach B1ad3 Explains Why GuardiaN Couldn’t Play



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One of the greatest AWP players in the CS:GO, Ladislav “GuardiaN” Kovács had been playing for Natus Vincere since September 2019. In 2020, Natus Vincere part ways with him after the tragic result.

A few days ago, during the interview with, Natus Vincere’s coach Andrey “B1ad3” Gorodenskiy has shared his thoughts about the GuardiaN case. asked:

“Let’s touch on the previous roster. In a recent interview with s1mple, we learned that he felt GuardiaN was unable to shine in the team due to psychological issues. As someone who observed the squad from the side, what did you feel stood in his way?”

B1ad3 replied:

“It is definitely the case that the best person to answer this question is GuardiaN himself because only he can look inside and understand why certain things in the game worked out and why some didn’t. Whichever way I look at it from the side, whatever tips I might give him, it’s all subjective in the end.”

He continued:

“In my opinion, the problems with communication in critical moments during matches against very strong teams were very difficult, not only for him but for us as well. The speed of our communication was impacted, and it is very important at this level. This is probably more the reason why we decided to make roster adjustments.”

B1ad3 said:

“As to why he wasn’t able to shine and had a slowdown, I think he, as a player, had a drop in terms of in-game performance. These things happen, and a lot of players experience these situations where they’re playing well, they’re in form and then, at a certain moment, they have a dip in performance. This drop needs to be outlasted in a proper way in order for you to emerge as a stronger player because pure energy comes through perseverance. I think that when he manages to persevere past this drop, he will become even stronger.”

B1ad3 added:

“I really believe in him as a player, and I’m confident that everything is in his hands. He needs to pull himself together and understand that any drop in performance or confidence, or a missed shot, are just frames that the player drives himself into. He just needs to gain confidence in a new team.”

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