If the goal keeper's team has substitutions remaining, then another goal keeper may replace them. If not, then a field player must be nominated to become the new goal keeper.
Normal play resumes until the coach of the injured player substitutes the injured player off the field. If the team of the injured player has already used up its substitutions, the player must play for the remainder of the match. However, if the injured player is a Libero, the player can just switch with another person on the bench without a substitution
If the team runs out of goalkeepers, they will have to send on a substitute outfield player to have a go. If they have ran out of substitutions, they have to send a player who is already on the pitch in. They have to put the keeper's shirt on, and his gloves.
Yes, it does count as a substitute. Replacing a player for any reason is counted as substituting in soccer.
Soccer players chances of getting injured are very high
If a team has substitutions remaining they may substitute on a penalty kick. If no substitutions are remaining, then putting a field player in the goal keeper position is allowed. When taking kicks from the mark to decide the winner of a match, a goal keeper who is injured may be substituted for if their team has substitutions remaining (this is not true for the other players). If a goal keeper is so injured, and there are no substitutions remaining, then a field player must take their place.
until they get injured
he is not if its not a bad injury. he is if its bad.
They are called substitutes.
Their career is over.