Anti-dive Shin Pads

Dramatic diving footballers could soon be a thing of the past thanks to a new invention designed to expose foul fakers and revolutionise premiership matches. Footballers flying through the air and wincing in pain – despite not being touched – has become an all too common sight on the pitch. But a team of footy fans have now created anti-dive shin pads in a bid to stop players conning referees.

Dramatic diving footballers could soon be a thing of the past thanks to a new invention designed to expose foul fakers and revolutionise premiership matches. Footballers flying through the air and wincing in pain - despite not being touched - has become an all too common sight on the pitch. But a team of footy fans have now created anti-dive shin pads in a bid to stop players conning referees.

Dramatic diving footballers could soon be a thing of the past thanks to a new invention designed to expose foul fakers and revolutionise premiership matches. Footballers flying through the air and wincing in pain - despite not being touched - has become an all too common sight on the pitch. But a team of footy fans have now created anti-dive shin pads in a bid to stop players conning referees.

Dramatic diving footballers could soon be a thing of the past thanks to a new invention designed to expose foul fakers and revolutionise premiership matches. Footballers flying through the air and wincing in pain - despite not being touched - has become an all too common sight on the pitch. But a team of footy fans have now created anti-dive shin pads in a bid to stop players conning referees.

Dramatic diving footballers could soon be a thing of the past thanks to a new invention designed to expose foul fakers and revolutionise premiership matches. Footballers flying through the air and wincing in pain - despite not being touched - has become an all too common sight on the pitch. But a team of footy fans have now created anti-dive shin pads in a bid to stop players conning referees.