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Yes, soccer players do get a wide variety of injuries.
There are 11 players for each team in a pro soccer game. (including the goalie). Unless someone gets a card and has to come off. Then they play short.
11 players on the field at a time (10 field players and acx goalkeeper). Most pro teams carry a roster of between 18-30 players, depending upon their budget, size of their Reserves (or 2nd team), etc.
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There are about 300 pro players in Africa
40 to 30 million pro soccer players
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If two are sent off and you have no subs or you've used them all, then yes
There is no age limit for a professional soccer player. Most players usually carry on playing soccer in their forties. However many players usually retire when they are below 40.
None these days. Reserve players even get paid about 70-80,000$ a year.
So the players don't get lost.
Nope; not currently.
After years of playing soccer with long hours of intense practice, a player could be scouted during a local team game by a scout from a professional team, you then go to a try out and hopefully get on
Soccer players are paid different rates depending on the team and league that they play for, and the country that they live in.
The number varies because of the variety of soccer being played. Usually there are 2 teams of 11 players on the field. A coach on each side would be nice. And substitutes. There will be 2, or usually 3 (or, in "pro" or international soccer) 4 officials.