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  1. Candle says:

    “Organizers were sympathetic to the relative inexperience of the teams
    and allowed a half-time break in some matches to provide adequate
    hydration and exposure reduction for lesser adept teams” > Actually, those were only provided to Irelant and Poland, not because of their level, but because of their lack of substitutes. They had 8 and 7 players respectively. Experience had nothing to do with it, just common sense 🙂

    Also, Belgium was already there at the last Global Games and Italy was supposed to come, so I’d have a different takeaway; considering the games and scores, I’d say the actual takeaway is that France and the UK might not be alone for long.