G2 can already have close matches with ANYONE, now imagine how much easier those matches would be for G2 to win if they had ZywOo.
Can you explain how you back-up such statement cause so far, G2's debut with this line-up have been horrific. It is one thing to excuse such poor results by saying they didn't have much preparation coming into this DH Open Winter, which I totally agree. It's a whole other story to assume they can have close matches with ANYONE. Nobody knows what this line-up is capable of. So far they failed their first event miserably, that's pretty much all you can bring as a fact.
And if you compare the skill ceiling of the G2 players to that of Vitality, G2 clearly has more potential overall to be great especially if you put ZywOo in the mix.
And i do think Vitality are doing well so far all things considered.
On the first one, it's hard to compare both if you 'put ZywOo in the mix', pretty much because he is a Vitality player. But I see where you are coming from. I disagree, but that's a matter of opinion and I respect that you think differently. I also explained why I think Vitality's results are decent so far despite some obvious struggles, so again, I suppose its a matter of perspective.
On the rest, I pretty much agree. I don't think Vitality can win a major, but I don't think G2 will either. In fact, on a long-term basis, I have much more faith in Vitality than G2. Again, only the future will tell us if I did bet on the right horse.
On another note, because I don't want to grow people too tired with french CS discussion, I actually quite like the upcoming MIBR/Liquid shuffle. Unlike when Taco got removed from SK the first time, I don't think you can say he has been 'excluded' from the Liquid line-up nor that anyone from Liquid underappreciates his work. They had their best year ever despite being stuck in Astralis' shadow and I think it's legitimate to follow their reasoning where they probably know they won't beat Astralis in this current iteration of their line-up. Not saying bringing Stewie necessarily will make them better, there is a high chance it actually makes them worse, but I can't blame them for trying.
On MIBR side, we pretty much all knew the Stewie/Tarik move was bound to end up that way. They had a decent try, their grand-final against Astralis was one hell of a match to be remembered but at the end of the day, MIBR stands for fucking Made in Brasil, it HAS to be a full Brazilian line-up and such a move should have never happened in the first place. I think that Taco's time in Liquid proved how great of a player he is and why they were wrong to drop him so I hope he will be given more credits in this new line-up.
As for the coach, while its true Zews's work in Liquid was immense, I'd like to see what he can offer to a team like MIBR. I loved YNK's passion and I do believe he had an impact in his time as MIBR's coach but eventually, I feel he belongs to the analyst desk more than anywhere else. I hope Liquid will be on the lookout for a new coach even though it likely won't be as 'high standing' as Zews was.