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December 29, 2018, 01:05:57 AM
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If course itís a double standard. Itís not intentional but itís easier to ban a lesser player and itís easier to punish lesser clubs when it wonít affect title races and anger millions of fans
Always has been that way and always will be. We need to get ourselves amongst the top teams and benefit from it because it will never change


December 29, 2018, 01:46:32 AM
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Easier but totally ineffective. As proven this week.

Ban Salah for diving and see if he does it again?

Has Vardy been criticised for diving since he was sent off for it?

The quickest way to enforce a rule is to punish the "big" clubs / players.

Donít disagree but that doesnít look like itís ever gonna happen. They canít ban them when the establishment is insisting they are innocent. Itís a ridiculous double standard but itís not just the bans. Itís the amounts of injury time when these sides are losing. Itís the amounts of penalties and free kicks they are awarded every game.
The refs and the fa are terrified of upsetting the few top teams. Terrified of the bad press what comes with a wrong decision against 1 of them (so itís easier to give them all the 50 50s)
I just donít see it ever changing