I have just calmed down sufficiently from last night's MOTD when a number of incidents in yesterday's games received the wisdom of Shearer including the Cisse sending off. Interesting that the opinion of the commentator and Alan Shearer were identical and equally clear. No matter what had been or could have been done to him, Cisse's reaction was wrong and he deserved to be sent off. The exact opposite of the ex-footballers on Final Score after it had happened and Trevor Francis commentating for Sky. We all know what Shearer would have done. He would have got up, dusted himself off and put the defender out of the game later in an incident off the ball when the cameras were focusing elsewhere. Do tell me I am wrong about that. Shearer then went on to lose all respect by his comments about Johnson's dive during the City v Fulham game. "It was a clear penalty." he said. Johnson was entitled to stick his leg out at an angle in order to make sure there was contact. Both Shearer and Johnson should be penalised financially, and in Johnson's case he should have a charge of bringing the game into disrepute chucked his way. Don't get me wrong, diving and simulation go on all the time and we are all guilty of cheering when it works in our team's favour. However the line has to be drawn somewhere. No forward is entitled to stick his leg out in order to make contact deliberately with a defender who happens to be nearby. Pundits need to stand up and be counted for applauding players who conduct themselves honestly and not actively condone what is disgraceful behaviour.