In the end it's the referee and ONLY the referee who makes the call, but if a linesman sees something illegal on the field he can raise his flag to notify the referee that he has seen something and then tell the referee what he saw.
Properly monitor his assigned area of the game.
The linesman calls mostly for off-side during a game and also assists the referee in watching the game for bad fouls etc.
The linesmen call offside on the teams and they also call if the ball is out of bounds
No. A linesman can tell a referee what they saw and advise the referee about what to do, but only the referee can actually give the yellow card.
Yellow as a warning, red to be sent off.
It's a WarningA yellow card is a warning. Once a player has been booked, he has to be extra careful for the rest of the game; if he gets another yellow card, this will result in a red card - and he will be sent off the pitch and his team will be at a disadvantage (with one fewer player). In addition, a yellow card is added to your total tally of yellow cards for the season. If a player gets 5 yellow cards, he is suspended for a game.The most common reasons for getting a yellow card:Unsporting behavior of any type, e.g., a dangerous slide tackle.Dissent (disagreeing with the referee's or linesman's decision).Persistent infringement of rules, e.g. constantly tripping people.Entering or leaving the field without permission.Delaying the game, perhaps by refusing to stand the proper distance from a free kick, or not throwing in the ball for a long period of time.
The Official, besides being able to Caution a player with a Yellow Card or Expel a player from the field (Red Card), may also choose to warn the player of what he feels is not reckless or dangerous enough to warrant either a yellow or red card. Usually this means listening to the Referees reasoning of why he/she is warning you.
Yes. It is possible for a player who has already been cautioned to be directly sent off if the second offense merited a send off by itself. In this case, the match report would reflect one caution and one send off, instead of two cautions and one send off.
A penalty is a type of kick given for a foul by a defender against an attacker while inside the penalty area. Cards are show for misconduct; yellow for a caution and red for a send off. **If a player is shown 2 yellow cards for misconduct, he/she is shown a RED CARD and the player is expelled from the game. It is possible that a penalty kick may be given with no misconduct, so no card would be shown.
im not sure what your asking but if the coach is yelling at the ref. they can give them a yellow card which is a warning if they proceed to yell or do it again the ref. can give them and red card and they will get kicked out of the game.
if it denies a goalscoring opputunity a red, if not yellow and final warning
A referee will issue a 'Red Card' for a serious offence in football, or if the player has already been shown a yellow card for a previous foul in the game. Two yellow are automatically red carded. A red card results in the player leaving the pitch, and no substitution is allowed. So the team plays on with one man down. There have been cases when an over excited manager, arguing with the referee, has been shown a red card, and has been sent to sit in the terraces, away from the dugout.
In which park do they give soccer that is close to griffith street
yellow and blue give green yellow and red give orange yellow, blue and red give brown