There is no specific amount of personal fouls that will cause a player to be removed from the game. The decision to remove a player from the game is a judgment call on the part of the referee and depends on the severity of the penalty or penalties.
AnswerA penalty is awarded when a player attacking is fouled in the penalty box. Normally the player who fouls is booked.
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He is ejected and may be fined or suspended, but the game he is ejected from he can not return to that game
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It is a matter of personal opinion, not fact.
The D on a football field is marked there specifically for penalties so that no other player can encroach into the area until the penalty has been struck. It serves no other purpose
15 yards for unsportsmanlike conduct. Depending upon the circumstances, the player might also be ejected and/or suspended.
This is a personal opinion, if you ask me it is Lionel Messi.
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This is a matter of opinion. Pele , Zidane , Romarrio . rivaldo were far better and honest footballers. No diving for penalties.