Pujan “FNS” Mehta has “decided to leave eUnited” the player has revealed. In a post to his personal instagram account the in-game leader broke the news and explained his decision to walk away from the squad following some disappointing results and a tough situation within the team.
“The game just became less and less fun to play throughout my time on this team,” FNS said of his time on eUnited which was coupled with “bad performances from us as well as not making the major which hurt a lot.”
FNS was brought on to eUnited back in October in place of Brandon “Ace” Winn who was moved to the inactive roster. The Canadian player had played a brief time with Cloud9 following a quick departure from compLexity before finding a home for the last several months.
“issues” with coaching were added to the list of struggles and obstacles FNS felt were too much to overcome. The most obvious coaching problem being the termination of Jared “osorandom” Hartman from the organization following a scandal involving unsolicited nude photos being sent by the former coach.
FNS has left the door open to competing but states it will have to be “alongside players I already know very well and know me just as well,” which opens to door for a potential reunion with former CLG members now representing Envy should Finn “karrigan” Anderson not stick around following his temporary contract.
eUnited CS:GO roster:
Kaleb “moose” Jayne
Michael “dapr” Gulino
Will “dazzLe” Loafman
Austin “Cooper-“ Abadir
The full post from FNS can be found below:
“I’ve decided to leave eUnited. After that minor loss, I had a lot of time to reflect individually. The game just became less and less fun to play throughout my time on this team. That’s not any one person’s fault. Just a collective result of bad performances from us as well as not making the major which hurt a lot.
From consistent roster changes to “issues” with coaching, it never felt right from the start and it definitely got to a point where it was impossible to play and improve with the environment & circumstances that was created.
I’m still looking to play if the opportunity presents itself, as long as it’s alongside players I already know very well and know me just as well. I wish nothing but the best to the eU squads and I hope they find success sooner rather than later.”