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I have been going to football matches for over 45 years. I think the issue of rolling around on the deck after a tackle has been worse than ever this year.The tempo of games had been affected. 
If the tackle has caused you to be rolling around in agony then you should exit the pitch for 5 minutes whilst the medics assess your injury and the manager considers if a substitute is necessary. 
If it is a genuine injury you would have to go to the sideline anyway for assessment. 
I feel this might reduce this play acting.It would be a disadvantage to the team who are temporarily down to 10 men. 
Players might think twice about Oscar winning performances? 
You don't see this rubbish in the women's game.

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