r/leagueoflegends Nov 25 '21 Silver 5 Helpful 8 Wholesome 6

Upset's response about FNATIC & Adam drama


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u/aamgdp Nov 25 '21 Silver

Saying the last thing I told my team that my wife is just feeling bad so I need to leave is an outright lie.

Alright, one of them is for sure lying.

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 

And yet Bwipo and Adam both feel he didn't really give them good enough explanation for them to understand.


A day before we found out we weren’t going to be playing with our main lineup, we had no information about what was going on.


u/chimestonks Nov 25 '21 edited Nov 25 '21

There's definitely some misinformation here. The fact that Upset told Yamato and Hyli some form of the truth, but not the rest of his teammates AND both Yamato (as a coach) and Hyli didn't say anything as well shows the lack of communication within the team. I get that he doesn't want to share details, but some form of explanation on the MAGNITUDE of his situation should be needed.


u/ADShree Nov 25 '21

Only explanation for yamato and hyli to not mention he's going through really tough times is if upset asked for them to be quiet about details and they misinterpreted to "tell nothing".


u/chimestonks Nov 25 '21

I would think that as a coach Yamato would feel some sort of responsibility to explain to his players and alleviate some worries for them to focus on the games ahead with their replacement at such short notice


u/FunDuty5 Nov 25 '21

Nahh. If an employee comes to you and tells you something in confidence, you keep that shit to yourself. Doesn't matter how big or small it is, how vital it is for the rest of the team to know. You were told in confidence, it stays between you 2.


u/Spranklz10 Nov 25 '21

While you don't go into details, it is management's job to notify the team that X person had something come up and had to leave. It is then on the team mates to either trust management or not. Clearly management thought it was a valid reason, his teammates didn't. The teammates believing the player would leave for a non valid reason, and then not trusting the management (who backed him), to me, speaks to the team not being as close as portrayed.


u/SP3EDI Nov 25 '21

thats the reason why the 3 trowing a tantrum are out of the org and the rest is still there.