doesn't matter if you show me that chart, i know the chart. The problem is your not moving your angles, your basically saying, ok push is always right of the center of the fairway. That's wrong. A push is to the right of ware your lining up to the golf ball.
Basically if you aim, lets say 15 yards right of center, to the right edge of the fairway. Your aiming about 3-5 degrees right, depending on how far you hit the ball. This means you shifted your "E" path 3-5 degrees right. Meaning if you were to hit a straight ball it would go to the right edge of the fairway. So if your hitting a ball that starts down the right side and curves to the center, your basically hitting a straight to pull draw. Because your hitting down now an adjusted "E" path, with a curve. So its a straight to pull draw.
Pushes are anything to the right of your target line set up by your body alignment. Were the ball goes, depends on the swing path and clubface angle.
So if i aimed down the right side and hit a push fade, my ball should end up down the right side because it pushed out right and curved back to were i was aiming. That's why "G" and "C" end up near "E". If your saying your ball curves towards the center, that mean's it bypasses "E", and goes further left. Either then its a hook, or a straight to pull Draw.