With sin bins being introduced in grass roots football, and players, managers etc seemingly being in favour, would you be for or against it appearing in the Football League?

https://news.sky.com/story/rugby-style-sin-bins-coming-to-grassroots-football-11773182
Would have been a good idea for Paul Ince……………….
So sin bins are used just for dissent?

I can see why they are looking at it if reduces dissent but not for me. I don't want games to be decided by the number of players on the pitch. A yellow card for dissent should be sufficient.
I went to a referee’s training session on this a few months back. It’s complicated to say the least! But the FA are really pushing it and they maintain it is proving a deterrent and dissent cautions are dropping drastically. Not sure they’ve thought through the fact that there’s actually no room on benches for sin binned players but we’ll have to see how it works out. It will be an interesting one and I do see it reaching the EFL before too long. 
They wouldn’t be consistent with it, if they were you’d end up with 3 v 3 on the field.
What if a team has 4 players sin binned at the same time (or overlapping). Does the game get forfeited?
def in favour .... long overdue

Why can't they just leave the game alone?

It's  all about sensationalism for TV.  Going down the road of US sport. 

And they need to fuck that VAR shite off before they do anymore damage to our beautiful game

"It's  all about sensationalism for TV.  Going down the road of US sport."

100% agree with you there Bally.

"And they need to fuck that VAR shite off before they do anymore damage to our beautiful game"

Nothing wrong with VAR, just the idiots operating it making it over complicated.

Agree with the above two posts. Fans don't want to see players off the pitch which will influence results. If someone is being a dick or showing dissent, what's wrong with just a yellow card? I doubt manager's will be impressed with players picking up yellow cards for dissent so it should be enough for players not do it. 

If they are going to implement this, they have to scrap the current carding system, and implement the same system as rugby.

Rugby has been doing for years and it works well, you get two or three verbal warning, with the ref eventually saying, "one more time and you will be off the field",  and then if they do do it again, away they go for 10 mins. That is LESS influential on the game than just giving out a yellow card.

It also means that a red can just be reserved for the most egregious of foul play instead of, for example, two yellows for tripping someone up. Also LESS influential on the game.

The same goes for VAR, rugby has perfected its use, follow the model that works instead of making shit up.

We're years off it being used in the professional game.

It's being used in grassroots to punish dissent, this will have a knock on effect for the players in the future. I'm all for it.
What happens if a goalie gets sin binned? Do you just have fly keeper for 10 mins or...?
Lads just had a few emails on this for the upcoming junior season. Nothing is straight forward. 
TheSuffolkSeasider wrote:What happens if a goalie gets sin binned? Do you just have fly keeper for 10 mins or...?
Now I’d pay to watch that.
As Steed says it works in other sports.  It would depend how it was implemented, they would have to make a better job than they have with VAR!
I can half understand the idea if it was to replace yellow cards or red cards. You can't have a mixture of yellow cards and sin bin. Far too confusing and unecessary.
No, just go for it, believe me.........