Jose Mourinho wants the FA to get tougher with players who feign injury to get an opponent sent off.
This week, West Ham complained that the over-reaction of Swansea's Chico Flores got Andy Carroll sent off.
The Chelsea boss did not want to comment on that particular incident, but said he had his own gripe at Man City when an opponent tried to get Nemanja Matic sent off.
“I think that simulation has to be punished the same way the aggression is punished,” Mourinho said.
“In the game against Man City, I had an exchange of words with one of the City players. I was not happy because he was trying to get Matic sent off.
“He knows Matic is on a yellow card. Matic jumps just in front of me in a very clean way and the other guy immediately he was trying to get him a second yellow card.
“Mike Dean gave no yellow card, but when they decide no yellow card to Matic,for me it should be yellow card to the other guy.
“A guy that tries to get another player sent off is also somebody that deserves punishment. That's my feeling. You have to attack the guys that try to put people outside.”