Given the most recent red card incident and the just announced WPS decision to suspend Caroline Seger for 2 games, what do you think of this? Is this what the players, coaches, or most importantly fans want and is this a wise policy by the league? http://www.womensprosoccer.com/Home/news/league-discipline.aspx My two cents: The overall policy of changing red cards to multiple game suspension seems unconventional and unusual. It is pretty fan unfriendly as I assume they are paying money to see these players who are getting suspended beyond the norm. This is also a continuation of the trend from last year and I don't think it is a wise policy, nor good for the fans of the league. It should only be done in the most egregious of situations. Not sure why WPS feels compelled to do this (for safety of players?, because fouls are so egregious, why, oh why?)?