There is nothing in the laws of the game that say anything about the next match.
Most leagues have adopted the rule that a red card requires a sit-out of the next match, or even more if the offense was deemed severe by a review committee.
Not unless you get two cautions in the same match.
Most leagues have an accumulation rule for cautions, but this is different than a send off. For example, after 5 cautions (in different matches) the player must sit out a match.
A straight red is the next 3 matches suspended.....two yellows followed by a red is just one match suspended.
No you will have to miss a game.
The league suspended due to World War I from 1916 - 1919.
Sam Hyypia Liverpool
In the EPL...3 Subs Universally in the main its also 3 subs
presenting of epl
EPL - journal - was created in 1986.
1.700 000 footballs are used in a soccer game
The Arsenal club were the EPL winners of the 2001 season.
The Manchester United club were the EPL winners of the 2008 season.
This is a tricky question, because some of the clubs he played for were once in the premier league, but since then have been relegated to lower divisions. I will give you the list of clubs that Andy Cole has played for and then tell you if he played for them during their time in the premier league (BOLD = in EPL)ArsenalFulham (on loan-not in EPL at the time)Newcastle (there during the club's debut to EPL)Manchester UnitedBlackburn Rovers (In EPL at the time)Fulham (permanent move- Club was in the EPL)Manchester CityPortsmouth (in EPL at the time)Birmingham City (in EPL at the time)Burnley (loan-not in EPL)Nottingham Forest (not in EPL)Sunderland (not in EPL at the time)This makes a total of 8 premier league clubs that Andy Cole has played for.
The Leeds United club were the EPL winners of the year 1991.
Wayne Rooney is extremely competitive! In his new book he says that he hates losing, whether it's an EPL game, a practice match or even on FIFA he cracks it