While I agree with your premise here, I don’t agree with giving out a straight red for a tactical foul. I mean definitely a yellow but a red seems harsh for a little pullback to slow them down. I do think injury needs to play a part in the severity here. @YNWA14 don’t feel like trying to multi quote and I’m on mobile so I’m just going to respond like this. I very very strongly disagree with suspending someone for the length of an injury for a few reasons. The first is who decides who’s at fault. Let’s look at the Mane-Ederson incident last season. Both were going 50/50 (if I remember right) and Ederson got the worst of it. So now Mane is suspended for a huge amount of time because he went for a 50/50. Just doesn’t make sense to me. The second reason is that what happens if a player suffers a setback. Say the timetable was originally 4 weeks and then they end up making it worse by training too early and now their suddenly out 4 months. The last major reason is what do you do about players who come back too early. Take Pogba for example. He injured his ankle, came back, the injury flared up again. So a player is allowed back for one game and then suspended again? I dunno maybe I’m crazy here and wrong but it just seems like it would be so hard to enforce in a sport that already has huge issues in enforcement.