Daniel Tiluk discusses a few possible ways to eradicate diving.
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Sam Mills discusses the idea of implementing a sin bin for certain on-field offences.
Joe Rainford looks at one of the game’s biggest issues.
Daniel Collins looks at the whole issue of theatrics and diving in light of the latest high profile Premier League incident.
Neil O’Hara shares his thoughts on the growing influence of diving in the modern game.
There’s nothing in this world I hate to see more than a player diving. As has been said many times before me, it brings the game into disrepute; it’s ill mannered and is just plain cheating. Players do it in all forms, and whilst there is a supposed clamp down on simulation, it’s becoming more […]
Last night there was a signigficant incident at Letzigrund in Zurich. Alexandre Alphonse won a penalty for his side after English referee Martin Atkinson believed he saw a foul by Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas. However, on further inspection and after numerous replays from different angles, there appears to be another case of deception on UEFA’s […]
John Terry believes England players are too honest to dive, sometimes to their own disadvantage. In the build-up to next Wednesday’s World Cup qualifier the England captain said it was clear that the Croatia striker Eduardo da Silva dived to earn a penalty for Arsenal against Celtic and that diving to win penalties is not […]