Tuesday, January 25, 2005

Diouf’s dupe shows its time for change

From The Scotsman:

“The Press Association understands the Football Association will not be taking action against the Senegal international, despite his manager implying Diouf exaggerated any contact.”
Should Sam Allardyce take a stand and suspend the player for what would be the second time this season? The serial spitting and now diving for points?

The think that irks me is that when I saw El-Hadji Diouf’s performances in the 2002 World Cup I was convinced that a great player was emerging and thought Liverpool made a smart move and even paid a good price. His play this year has been the best since he has been in England but conversely his behavior is at its worst.

Is it time to punish with strait red cards for diving? I think so.

It’s also time to take action for faking injuries.
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