Former Cyber Legacy coach Arseniy ArsZeeqq Usov will be the mentor of the BuffPudge Dota 2 team. In the podcast “You Are Not in a Mutt” he told how the team was created.
Usov said that he assembled the BuffPudge team together with Danil Bignum Shekhovtsov. ArsZeeqq admitted that he wanted to invite Andrey Ghostik Kadik back to Cyber Legacy, but the club was unable to issue a player’s loan.
According to Usov, he feels the support of BuffPudge players. The coach said that he was ready to give his best in a new stack. BuffPudge’s roster was registered on October 28th to qualify for the EPIC League. Idan MagicaL Vardanyan was initially the team’s mid-leader, however, as ArsZeeqq noted on Twitter, he was not included in the final roster.
- Danil Bignum Shekhovtsov ;
- Semyon CeMaTheSlayeR Krivulya ;
- Kyyalbek dream Tairov ;
- Andrey Ghostik Kadik ;
- Arseny ArsZeeqq Usov (trainer).
ArsZeeqq: “My worst coaching experience is Winstrike”
Arseniy ArsZeeqq Usov said that despite his failures in the previous club, he considers his work in Winstrike Team his worst coaching experience. Usov told about this in the same episode of the podcast “You are not in a mutt”.
“My worst coaching experience has been Winstrike. After leaving Virtus.pro, I had a sort of post-traumatic stress disorder. I would not say that Virtus.pro was bad, it was just exhausting and tiring. When I put together the Winstrike lineup, I had ambitions, but in the process I really screwed up. This was my worst coaching experience, regarding the fact that I myself did not fulfil any responsibilities.”
Usov also commented on his work in Cyber Legacy. According to him, the management of the club did not allow him to choose the lineup he wanted. ArsZeeqq said that he was almost immediately convinced that the team was incapacitated – the coach called the Cyber Legacy roster “stillborn”.
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