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The most yellow card and red cards in match was when it was Portugal V netherland. 16 YELLOW CARDS AND 4 RED CARDS OHHHHHHHHHH MYYYYYYYYYYYYYY GODDDDDDDDDDDDDD. The referee was Valentin Ivanov from Russia
You will have 66 baseball cards and 86 soccer cards.
Every player on both teams can be given a yellow card if the referee thinks they deserve it, but for one player only two can be given then they will be sent off.
Red cards where first introduced in 1966 by referee Ken Aston, who devised the idea to help communicate bookings and sendings-off in a manner that would traverse language barriers.
You can get a red card in soccer by committing violent conduct, attacking the referee, spitting on a player, abusive language/gestures, deliberate and illegal obstruction of the goal, or by accumulating two yellow cards.
According to the Laws of the Game, this would be sanctioned by cautioning the goalie and the player that switched and showing them both yellow cards.
A referee can only show cards to players, and since the referee himself is not a player he cannot receive red cards. A referee may remove themselves of their duties if they are unable to continue.
No, they can't. Only referees can give cards. However, a sideline can suggest to th referee that a player should be booleed or sent off. But the referee takes the final decision
In football(British word for soccer) a red card means you get sent off for the rest of the game! So if you get a red card at minute 2 then you cant come on for the rest of the game. The same happens if you get 2 yellow cards.