BURNLEY BOSS SEAN DYCHE believes it is time to start sending divers off.
Chelseas Callum Hudson-Odoi was initially given a penalty in the 76th minute, in their 4-2 win, when he went down between Matthew Lowton and James Tarkowski.
But referee Michael Oliver then reversed his decision on the advice of VAR and booked the 18-year-old Chelsea player.
Dyche said: We are told by the Premier League that the worst you can get for that is a yellow card.
So you are allowed to cheat. It is shambolic you can dive all over the place.
I keep seeing that word Respect but you should respect the game and respect behaviour.
Young players are the future of the game and if they are diving now we have got massive trouble in five or ten years time. It is going to be a farce.
I seem to be the only one bothered about it.
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard, however, disagreed that his player had dived.
Lampard said: If I felt it was a dive I would speak to Callum.
If it was a dive I will address it but I dont think it was as clean cut as that.
When you are moving at pace and cutting across defenders
Their bench wanted everything today.