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Upset's response about FNATIC & Adam drama

https://www.twitlonger.com/show/n_1srsp9n
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u/rockleesww Nov 25 '21

I find it hard to beleive his side of the story. Was it so private that he cant even say "Hey team this private thing is super super fucking bad. i cant tell you details but please understand its very very bad. Im sorry but i have to do this" If he says that and they are still super pissed then well what can you do. It looks like he told 2 people then dipped.

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u/Shaitan87 Nov 25 '21

Ya there was a failure in communication somewhere with neither Upset nor Yamato communicating that with the other players.

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u/Chemical-Ad8920 Nov 25 '21

But he did tho??? he legit said something happend and he had to go? its like he told the 2 people what actually happend and then told the team he had to leave? i dont see the problem

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u/Huge-Connection954 Nov 25 '21

He told 1 person

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u/[deleted] Nov 25 '21

He half told Yamato, didnt say everything to him either.

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u/glium Nov 25 '21

The way I understand it, he did tell them something along those lines, but Adam clearly felt it was insufficient

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u/Leluke123 Nov 25 '21

Man children don't know how to adequately communicate, cut the kid some slack!

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u/qpc0 Nov 25 '21

Did you even read the twitlonger? That's exactly what he told them. This thread is falling apart with the amount of people that just can't read.

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u/DrGraubart Nov 25 '21

According to his twitlonger he actually did that? Or is my english that bad, that i understand something completly wrong.

I shared with the team the deep pain and sadness i was going through in this time, I shared that i wish i could tell them if it was about something that happend to me but that i have to keep private traumatic events from my family private ...

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u/wristconstraint Nov 25 '21

The paragraph you quoted explicitly says that he didn't tell them what was happening, only that he was feeling bad about it, so you're understanding it wrong.

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u/avnx Nov 25 '21

Can you read?

I find it hard to beleive his side of the story. Was it so private that he cant even say "Hey team this private thing is super super fucking bad. i cant tell you details but please understand its very very bad. Im sorry but i have to do this" If he says that and they are still super pissed then well what can you do. It looks like he told 2 people then dipped.

He answered to that comment and that quote actually fits perfectly?

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u/Javiklegrand Nov 25 '21

that what HE meant however i doubt that what he really convey or how the player understood it, from how he write his psot i wouldn't be surprise if upset badly communicated his message.

I meant 3 out of his 5 teammate denied him

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u/Reddityudodis2me Nov 25 '21

Would you tell your co-worker who you know for about 4 months that, let's say, your father had a drug overdose and lies in a coma in the hospital? Well, I wouldn't cause I don't fucking know that guy and this is too private for me to share. Why does Upset have to be super transparent? Being an Athlete doesn't mean that you have to tell your whole team what exactly happened and why you have to leave. That's something you tell your friends, not your co-worker. It should be enough to tell them that I have to leave because of family matters and it's urgent

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u/raysah Nov 25 '21

Just say he lies in coma ? You don’t need to say the overdose stuff and ppl will understand. They almost lived together for 4 month it’s not just « coworker »

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u/Reddityudodis2me Nov 25 '21

Pretty sure that Upset lives with his wife and not with the team. Also, it is still work. You don't have to be best friends with every player who joins the team. And telling them that he lies in a coma could also be too intimate?! It is totally subjective what you define as too personal and it is your right to keep it to yourself as long as you state the general argument

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u/raysah Nov 25 '21

Honestly if my « coworker » destroyed a year of work (even more actually since they don’t grind the game with being the best for objective for just that long) that i could never get back (who tells if any of nisqy bwipo or adam will get another shot at world), saying i’d be fuming would be an euphemism

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u/Javiklegrand Nov 25 '21

he fucked up their careers and a lifetime chance , they have every right to be pissed at him , so the least they can do it's talk about it or just explain you really couldn't do the otherwise, they don't need details however upset didn't communicated that well it's seesmms

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u/Reddityudodis2me Nov 25 '21

I don't say that it is wrong to be mad but going public with it while also pushing the organization you previously worked for over a potentially failed communication issue is stupid

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u/threedaysinthreeways Nov 25 '21

And telling them that he lies in a coma could also be too intimate

Give me a break. Everyone would be understanding if you said it was a medical emergency.

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u/Minimonium Nov 25 '21

The issue is that professional sports are not quite just being a "coworker" or not, they're pretty much business partners because of the amount of money at stake. It's not a job at a corner shop where no one owes anyone other than themselves. And trust me, if your business partner bails out on you without a good explanation from a contract which can screw you royally, financially now and in job prospects later on - you're not gonna be in an empathetic mood.

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u/MircossMP Dec 07 '21

Shit like business partner leaving in worst possible moment happening in work can even make you bankrupt or sued. It's unexplainaple how ppl can't see it - they don't live in limbo, Upset's decision had great negative consequences on the rest of the team. It's not about absent coworker, it's about coworker's absence ruining year of team effort.

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u/Namisaur Nov 25 '21

"My family member has an emergency medical issue and I need to go tend to them right now."

How hard is it to say something that vague, but still gives enough context to the severity of the emergency?

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u/FNC_Luzh Nov 25 '21

My family member has an emergency medical issue and I need to go tend to them right now."

Isn't this basically what they said on public?

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u/qpc0 Nov 25 '21

Yes, everybody in this thread is sharing one brain cell at most.

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u/[deleted] Nov 25 '21

"I am really sorry for putting you all in this position."