It's a thing I never want to or wanted to talk about, but this past month has made it inevitable. Diving has been a serious issue the past month in the Premier League. The three cases that were the most prolific were: 1. Barkley's vs West Ham which thankfully has no real effect on the outcome of the game. 2. Cahill's vs Hull which should have seen the defender sent off as he was already booked and should have been again here for simulation. 3. Johnson's vs West Ham which saw Sunderland awarded a penalty they scored and took a point off of. Diving is a very real problem, and Derby County's Steve McClaren has just urged the FA to do something about it (which they probably should) since referees are failing to both a) spot it, and b) do something about it. The time to implement new punishments for divers is now, I just don't know what that punishment should be.