ASOC, I don't disagree with; I thought Mullan should have seen an even longer ban for his act, but as he didn't have a track record of a thug, they set the ban at 10 games. But I'm not sure how you can assert that Marquez' actions were not purposeful. That would mean we could read his mind for intent. We can't. I just think it ODD that his ban is as long as another's players for using a homophobic slur to a ball boy in the heat of the moment that would normally have gone by the wayside if a mike had not picked it up. But, again, I agree with your post whole-heartedly, I'm just questioning where they come up with the criteria for the length of suspensions.