FIFA president Sepp Blatter desires players who dive, fake injuries or waste materials time to be punished using video evidence retrospectively.
Sepp Blatter desires retrospective video proof to be used even more frequently.
The guidelines already allow such actions to be used, but Blatter believes disciplinary bodies are usually not really applying them when "severe breaches of the theory of fair have fun with" have been skipped by referees.
In FIFA's every week magazine, Blatter wrote: "I am not really talking about a fresh technological help to be utilized during matches, but about applying a tool consistently."
While not really advocating video proof to be utilized during video games, Blatter says it must be used later on to punish "brawling, spitting at opponents, verbal insults and racist slurs, the faking of injuries, intentional time-wasting or diving."