Retrospective bans for diving from 2017/18

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Retrospective bans for diving from 2017/18

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Re: Retrospective bans for diving from 2017/18

Post by lo36789 » Thu May 18, 2017 11:31 pm

Tough one is it that common to need this change. I'll be honest the PL just feels like it is becoming more and more detached from the rest of the national game.

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Re: Retrospective bans for diving from 2017/18

Post by Darlo_Pete » Fri May 19, 2017 8:19 am

I think it would be better, if decisions were made by checking TV video during the game and sending off players that dive. That would put a stop to diving pretty quickly.

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Re: Retrospective bans for diving from 2017/18

Post by Mr_Tibbs » Fri May 19, 2017 11:32 am

I think I like this idea - anything which acts to deter players from cheating can only be a good thing. I even see the young kids rolling around like they've been pole-axed on the local 5-a-side pitches where I live... copying off their heroes.

I'm dead set against introducing any kind of technology which will interrupt the flow of the game though - maybe ok if the 4th official looks at it on the sideline and has a word in the ref's ear while the game continues.

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Re: Retrospective bans for diving from 2017/18

Post by shawry » Fri May 19, 2017 12:29 pm

Just give straight 10 game bans retrospectively, see how long it continues

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Re: Retrospective bans for diving from 2017/18

Post by Spyman » Fri May 19, 2017 1:46 pm

How does it apply to exaggeration?

Plenty of times a foul is committed but a player exaggerates the severity. Not a dive, but how do you measure whether or not they were in a certain level of pain at the time?

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Re: Retrospective bans for diving from 2017/18

Post by CSJambo » Tue May 30, 2017 12:26 am

if it is the same as Scotland's diving ban it will be after the game not during the game. The GFA have a compliance officer whose job it is to punish diving and off the ball incidents the referee has missed.

In Scotland if a ref catches the dive it is a Yellow for Simulation, but if the compliance officer is involved it is a 2 match ban.

Exaggeration is still simulation.

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