I agree, I can’t bump you in the head if you are bent over the ball, and every player is aware of that and the repercussions if they get it wrong. I am also not saying that Dalhaus deliberately drops at the knees, he is trying to stop himself running into Greene’s foot, which is why he has lowered his overall body height as he deccelerates. But no player out there has ever been suspended, or even reported for that matter for putting their foot out to protect their space and in all honesty I am struggling to ever remember one being free kicked either apart from Greene’s, and as such it is reasonable to expect that the act is lawful under the rules of the game. Remember that yes you can be suspended for bumping and tackling, but the rules around how are clearly defined. If you put a bump on a player and hit his head, you can expect to be suspended because that is what the rules say. If you tackle a player and they hit their head on the ground while you pin both their arms, you can expect a visit to the judiciary because the rules have been written to reflect that particular act as a dangerous tackle and susceptible to suspensions or fines. To the best of my knowledge there is no rule to cover what Greene did, therefore what should he be charged with? He didn’t “kick” Dalhaus so he can’t be suspended for kicking. Those saying he deliberately straightened his leg really don’t seem to have a grasp on biomechanics and the act of jumping. If the leg doesn’t meet initial resistance it will straighten until it does, but it is still only a push, not a kick. Would you advocate suspending a player if they kicked another player in the face as that player tried to smother the ball?