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Agent Lomas

Jul 25, 2013
I, like many of you probably, have seen an article on BBC Sport stating that Michel Platini and his cronies will discuss the posibility of sin-bins in football, replacing cautions. "I would make it like rugby, punishing the offender with 10 or 15 minutes out of the game,"...Platini.

So, yes or no?

Personally, No. I think the current regime works perfectly with cautions and suspensions. What on earth is a player going to learn by sitting on the side of the pitch watching? Especially if the challenge seriously hurts a player and he has to be stretchered off...