Date: 4th February 2008 at 5:10pm
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Nigel Reo-Coker has voiced his concerns that football is becoming a game of diving and simulating.

In fansspeak simulating can be explained in the following terms:

dirty, cheating, shot by a sniper, fouled by a blade of grass, Ronaldo, Chelsea playesr, Italians and other such examples I shouldn’t publish.

The Hokey-Cokey however knows he is going to get into trouble with referees over it, but he isn’t going to change his game.

O’Neill and in previous years McCann have also voiced concerns that you can nolonger tackle in football as the idiots in the middle of the pitch protect the pansys when they find themselves on their arse again.

Anyway, speaking on the official site, he said:

‘I won’t change one bit.

‘I am used to getting cautioned. I don’t go out and try and get booked but that happens. That’s football.

‘That fire and passion is an important part of my armoury.

‘But there’s a lot more theatrics now. Players are falling over and trying to get free-kicks and fouls. They are killing the game.

‘It’s not a man’s game anymore. You can’t get physical any more.

‘If you touch a player now they do 20 rolls and a backflip and get you cautioned.’

That last comment is hysterical!