Dyche slams ‘bizarre’ decision not to ban Salah for ‘diving’

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SEAN DYCHE finds the decision not to ban Mo Salah “bizarre” and shows that football “allows” simulation.

The Burnley boss says he is a lone voice in the fight against diving and wants high-profile pundits to target cheats.

Dyche slams ‘bizarre’ decision not to ban Salah for ‘diving’Getty Images3 Dean Dyche reckons it is 'bizarre' that Mo Salah was not charged by the FA

Salah won a penalty in Liverpool’s 4-0 win over Newcastle on Boxing Day, with many claiming he went down far too easily.

Dyche said: “The Salah one is bizarre, in terms of how the FA decides it doesn’t fall into its criteria.

“Name me a sport where simulation is allowed — I don’t know any other.

“I don’t know where the game’s at with it. I’m a lone voice.

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