Listening to the BBC's Final Score earlier, Ray Stubbs of all people came out with the idea for a new meaning of red cards. It wasn't an entirely new idea but it brought it up really clear in my eyes, especially seeing what a red card had done to Spurs today against Chelsea. He said "get rid of red cards meaning send a player off and thats it". And instead, use "forced substitutions". This meaning a player gets a red card and has to be substituted. Why do i bring this up, may you ask? Well - i certainly am one person who believes the game should be about 11 Vs 11, two full teams playing football and finding the winner. Surely it's a test of a club's squad if their star striker or prize anchorman is sent off and has to be replaced by a "lesser player"? Football is entertainment and people spend hundreds sometimes in a month, thousands each season to watch the beautiful game. Do you get annoyed when a player on your team gets sent off, especially early on? Or when a player on the oppsoite side gets sent off and they shut up shop? Meaning you'll not know who was the better "eleven-playered team" after all? I'm being open here, and trying not to "brain-wash" too much, hopefully not at all. I'd prefer them to force substitutions, and give out the bans after as normal.