Professional Football Association Chairman Clarke Carlisle had called for the game to take a zero-tolerance approach to diving and on field confrontation.
Carlisle received that taking hard line Could spark a flurry of red cards and suspensions but he was confident the sport would immediately see the benefit and improve as a spectacle.
“If you just take a hard line, saying we are not taking any more, you might have a month of seven-a-side game but after that, due to the impact of the financial and professional, you will see a dramatic difference in player behavior,” he said.
He added: “I really believe if the FA Premier League and the referee just took the line of zero-tolerance for diving and confrontation, referee players to players or surrounding areas, you’ll see a month of madness.
“You will see a red card to fly in left, right and Center but it will stop because the player would lose two games, three games-then five, six, seven through suspension.