No, he cannot he has to take the T.O
In high school, the ruling is that any player that leaves the bench to participate in a fight, whether it is to help or harm, the player is to be ejected.
No. The goalie only has to leave the field if he/she is given a red card, same as any other player.
To become a football player you must have hearts and balls and lots of it. so the main way to become a football player is to lose all fear and leave it off the feild.
American Football players come on and off the "pitch" (field) between plays, at the discretion of the coach. There is no limit to the number of substitutions. There are rules about procedure (must report to the huddle, the player being replaced must leave immediately etc.)
The football player girlfriend doesn't want him to leave from the bed.
to have your ball on your hand and then star dancing
Under the FIFA Laws of the Game, there is no requirement for a cautioned player to leave the field.
Yes, that's essentially what being "ejected" means.
AnswerThere is no choice the footballer must come off. If he refused or makes a scene his club would go through him for a short cut, heavily fine them and perhaps transfer list them. AnswerJust to clarify, the referee cannot make the player leave the field unless he has committed a send off offense. The coach may not enter to field to force the player to leave the field. The player's team-mates, particularly the captain, may attempt to convince him to leave the field. No one may force him and he may not be substituted for until he leaves. That said, I imagine his life would get a lot rougher once the match ended.
Providing the player is at no time offside, then yes.