Blues boss blasts diving
Everton boss David Moyes feels retrospective bans should be handed out to players who dive.
Moyes believes players who are judged to have dived should be handed bans by the FA to try and stamp it out of the game.
Everton travel to Manchester United on Sunday, with United midfielder Ashley Young coming in for criticism of late after being accused of diving in games against QPR and Aston Villa.
Moyes insists there is no place for cheating in football and has told his players he will not tolerate it at Everton.
"I've told my players that I don't want them diving," Moyes told the club's official website.
"Of course people go down, but I don't like it. I'll say it to them if I think they are going down outrageously or cheaply. I think all managers will.
"I think in the end it (diving) comes back to haunt you. If there's one thing I would do, it's have retrospective punishment on diving, the same way they look back to see if somebody has elbowed someone.
"If it was up to me, the best way to make our referees' jobs easier would be to have retrospective punishment on diving."