A yellow card is shown when a player is cautioned in a match.
A player or substitute receiving two cautions in the same match is sent off, which is signaled by showing the player a red card. A player that is sent off may not be replaced (i.e., his team must "play short").
A yellow card is given by the degree which is considered as a warning to the player for the foul he or she committed . If another foul is committed by the same player of similar degree would mean the player then might receive a red card i.e the player will be sent off and his or her team will play with a player less
Only the referee can caution a player or substitute. The referee will take information from the assistant to make the decision.
A yellow card in UK football is issued by the referee for a players first offence.
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.
if he done it badly he will get a red card or a yellow card
A yellow card usually means that the player has been cautioned for either dangerous play. discent or speaking out rudely to the referee.
The cast of Yellow Card - 2009 includes: Josh Adell as Referee Les Feltmate as Juan
It usually is called a penalty and is showed by a yellow flag.
sometimes a card and sometimes they wll just speak to the player
A caution, by showing a yellow card, or a send off, by showing a red card.
A first yellow card is shown by the referee to the player guilty of an infringement. If the same player warrants a second yellow card later on in the game, the referee will show the second yellow card, and will then immediately show a red card and send the player off the pitch.
The first red card was shown by referee Ken Aston, who invented the yellow and red cards.
In most cases play continues. If it was done on intentionally, it depends on the referee but sometimes a yellow maybe even a red card.