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I hope Pulis's plea of bans for simulation catches on. Diving & simulation is the one thing I want out of the game more than anything. It's happening more & more, and until something is done about it the players will keep on doing it.
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CGS and co, how does it feel knowing Dirk Kuyt has bagged himself 6 goals in 6 games whilst Liverpool can't hit a barn door at the moment?

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i want to hear pulis' thoughts on blatant handballs

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Kuyt couldnt do shit in the prem anymore. Going to enjoy another Gerrard hat trick next derby Mozza


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Fuck Tony Pulis' opinions. Shit, physical, long ball teams like Stoke have done far more damage to the development of English football than simulation ever has.

For every dive that has been committed against those cloggers I'd imagine that they've got away with just as many shirt pulls, pushes, over the top tackles and other nasty off the ball incidents. I'd accept the argument coming from pretty much any other manager, but not him, especially when it will play directly into the agenda of his team that likes defending deep and commiting risky tackles in the box.

The idea doesn't really work anyway when you consider that other teams benefit from this (retrospective bans) and not the ones that are screwed over. Maybe the FA should concentrate on improving the standard of refereeing in this country (although that would involve eradicating bias) instead of wasting their time listening to hypocritical idiots like Pulis?



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The idea doesn't really work anyway when you consider that other teams benefit from this (retrospective bans) and not the ones that are screwed over. Maybe the FA should concentrate on improving the standard of refereeing in this country (although that would involve eradicating bias) instead of wasting their time listening to hypocritical idiots like Pulis?
Yeah but how can that be done? to Referee in the Premier League you have to go though 6 or 7 promotions starting from the Sunday League/Youth Football then the County Leagues through to the Reigonal Leagues then the Football League and finally the Premier League so they build a fair amount of experiance before even reaching the Premier League, the only thing that I can think that will help Referee's improve is maybe more psychological help that could maybe help them keep concentration throughout the 90 minutes

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so seriously, when is rio getting banned for racism (against black people)

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Yeah but how can that be done? to Referee in the Premier League you have to go though 6 or 7 promotions starting from the Sunday League/Youth Football then the County Leagues through to the Reigonal Leagues then the Football League and finally the Premier League so they build a fair amount of experiance before even reaching the Premier League, the only thing that I can think that will help Referee's improve is maybe more psychological help that could maybe help them keep concentration throughout the 90 minutes
I think you answered your own question.

...but anyway, I believe that having ex-pros as referees would be a good start, you know, people who actually understand the game and aren't just following a list of rules in a game that is probably otherwise completely alien to them.

Splinter arse Steve Harper is a good example of a pro who is involved in refereeing, maybe the FA should put out more incentives for ex-pros (even current ones) to get into it as well? I do realise this could bring other problems involving bias and grudges, but it's not as if that's not a problem now.



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