Night Strike wrote:My official decision:
Because the 24 hour time limit was only mentioned via PM and not in the original post of the thread (until after the PM was sent) and, because the failure-to-join-on-time penalty was applied at the end of the tournament rather than immediately after it occurred, and because it appears that it was applied unequally between the first set of games and second set of games, all of the games played must count towards the final score with no penalties based on not joining the game within 24 hours. If there were any games that did not start within the 2 weeks before games auto-drop, or if there were any games that started with players on the wrong team, those do not count toward the standings.
According to the organizer's calculations, counting all games without using the time penalty results in a tournament victory for Team Ireland, so they would be the winners of the tournament. If Team France and Team Ireland believe it would be more fair to do a playoff series between the two teams to determine the winner, I will allow that, but it would require everyone on both teams to be in agreement.
Head Tournament Director
Sniper08 wrote:TO tryed to influence the outcome of the tournament.
IR1SH ACE wrote:I have a dream that one day..... there would be such a thing as a Football Commissionaire that as a nation we could rise up and say NOOOOO that was blatant Handball Henry.....and this wise and all knowing person would take one look at the replay and say cheat and send Ireland to the world cup instead......
Alas it is only a dream..............................
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