:-) Well, kill them all is a bit bold. I am just starting to look into things :-) First thought: I think we do need to set more clear rules and find means to enforce them.
There are coming complaints about managers who do not cheat or just do a bit nasty things that are within the boundaries of the rules. And there are obviously or likely violations of the rules by managers who then again sometimes clearly do not mean harm. What to do with those?
Question now for the short term is is: who is responsible to provide the evidence if a manager is not avoiding the appearance of cheating. And how bad is a cheater who did no do bad? I am very much in fond of a transperancy log in this forum: if you have a person near by you plays the game as well, just make it clear. No trading and avoid being in the same divisons.
I will not go into detail, but at the end of the day we need more clarity on what we think is cheating and how we can check on this and how we want to deal with this. My tools for now are sadly limited, but that does not mean I cannot see and reason beyond that.
For now: please continue to report suspect cheaters with the in-game tool. Even if you are not sure; your report is anomynous and if it cannot be substantiated by my research, no bad is done. If you look at the transfers the link to report will appear in the right slide bar. I will look into it and if I find something, I will report to the game directors. Helder/Frank/Arno, they will decide. At the end of the day it is not my call, I am just an independent researcher giving advise.
However, I hope, further game development will not only come with new or improved functionality but also with security and identity and access management improvements. So we would keep the game secure and fair. A https while login on and some means of unique identification, is not much to ask nowadays is it?