Seattle Sounders goalkeeper Kasey Keller has some ideas which he feels may change the game in the North America domestic league.
After a spate of questionable calls in MLS matches recently, the 41-year old former Fulham, Millwall and Tottenham gloveman believes video appeals should be a part of the game so that nothing goes unseen.
"One thing I would do is open up a review panel on multiple things where you can sanction a player for something he's done that the referee didn't spot and vice-versa - a player can appeal a decision a referee has made that later TV has shown to be untrue." Keller told SI.com. "That's only fair."
And the 102-time capped USA international would also like to stamp out diving in today's game.
"Second, I would have a huge fine and suspension for players who are blatantly diving," Keller added. "Say a player absolutely dives 100 percent, you can totally see it.
"Nobody touches him, he dives in the box, a penalty is rewarded and his team wins the game on that. No problem. Ten-game penalty and two months wages. I guarantee you there's not going to be too much diving going on after that.
"It'll be gone from the game in a heartbeat."