Players will do what they think they get away with and will keep doing it until it is outlawed or it penalizes the team.
Throwing the ball which once would have been called incorrect disposal has now it seems, become acceptable.
Bringing a bit of rugby into the game.
When tackling player moves in over the head and shoulders of player on the ground being tackled. This high tackle should be cause for concern if the head is to be protected at all and any cost. Why is this allowed?
No sliding or taking out a player's legs.
Pinching space aka as cribbing while standing the mark, if you can get away with it. Once could have 50 and/or a free kick.
Deliberate disposal over the boundary line. Telepathic umpires who read the player's mind.
The defender kicking out after a point, puts his foot on or over the line of the goal square. Happens a lot and is not called.
How long does the tackler have a to hold the opposition player with the ball and stacks on the mill, before being paid a free kick? Did he have time to dispose of the ball. More telepathic insight. What is the point in tackling if there is no reward for the tackler? More rugby.
Playing on and then deciding not to play on and reset - should be called play on. Often it isn't.
So, Gil, what is going to be the flavour of the week, next week? Any chance of consistency with decisions?