you get a second yellow card then along with it red
In soccer a yellow card is issued as a warning for committing a foul that is not so serious. A red card on the other hand is issued for serious offences or for someone who had received a yellow card earlier.
A yellow card in UK football is issued by the referee for a players first offence.
it means they are rubbish
Yes. A yellow or red card can be issued to an injured player who is on the ground. It is not considered best practice due to the imagery.
If it's your first yellow card, you should be very careful not to get another one; if it's your second one in the same game already, then you are off.
if you mean a yellow card in football, it means a warning, 2 of them and a red card is issued and throws you out of the game and the next one.
The yellow card is a warning. The red card means that you are ejected from the game, and your team has to play short for the rest of the game, also in most completions a red card will also prevent you from participating in the next match. The second yellow card in the same game will automatically give you a red card.
A yellow card is shown by the referee to indicate that a player has been officially cautioned.A player who receives a second yellow card in a match is sent off, meaning that he must leave the field immediately and take no further part in the game.
You miss 1 game for a second yellow card in one game.
If you get a yellow card you must be careful, as a second one means you will miss a game.
If someone gets a yellow card nothing happens the player just gets a warning.