They get paid by their clubs. But they do get paid a "match fee" for International matches. England players donate all their pay for international matches to charity causes via the Team England Footballers Charity
NO IPL matches not considers as International Matches because it is Domestic league of India where foreign players allowed to play.
Yes, STD's are everywhere.
Football matches where the results do not contribute to the end-of-season rankings. Basically trials and practice matches, where individuals try to show their coaches they are worthy players, and link up with their co-players properly.
About 22 in a team.
There are eleven per side in American football and international football.
Yes. They get a portion of the money given to the football association in question: either by the regional international football association, or by sponsors. It is nowhere near the amount they are paid by their clubs and sometimes the players donate their appearance money to charity. This is at the heart of the club v country row, as clubs are obliged to pay their players when they're missing matches through injuries sustained on international duty.
Its their job and they are getting paid
NO they only get paid by there clubs.
A football team manager is responsible for selecting the players for matches and setting their formation. He also motivates the players before and during the competition.