Im pretty sure its called an Expulsion- A serious foul
The player who commits a serious foul is said to be red carded . Which means that player would have to leave the pitch and his team would have to play with a player less
yes it is but most players aren't stupid enough to leave unlss they see a teamate .
In soccer, there is no such thing as a blue card. However, indoor soccer (A similar by distinct sport) uses the blue card to indicate a time penalty for certain fouls. If the goalkeeper receives a blue card, another player will serve that time in their place.
Ask them if they're looking for a long and serious relationship before leaving them. If they don't respond in a serious way then yes, leave that player!
the player either forfiets or refueses to leave the match
No. After subbing, a player is "burned", but may still sit in the bench. If he's red carded, he must leave the playing ground completely.
Do you mean a red card? When a Referee gives someone a red card in a soccer match, that player is sent of for that match AND the following match. If a player gets 2 yellow cards in THE SAME MATCH, it is the same as getting a red card, and the player hasto leave the field for the match and cannot play for the following match.
Rene Higuita is a famous soccer keeper/goalie (in Europe, he is known as a famous football player due to soccer being called football). He is most famous for his risky goaltending methods, as he would leave his net open to dribble and clear balls. He is also famous for his legendary "scorpion kick save" against England.
A referee will issue a 'Red Card' for a serious offence in football, or if the player has already been shown a yellow card for a previous foul in the game. Two yellow are automatically red carded. A red card results in the player leaving the pitch, and no substitution is allowed. So the team plays on with one man down. There have been cases when an over excited manager, arguing with the referee, has been shown a red card, and has been sent to sit in the terraces, away from the dugout.
Under the FIFA Laws of the Game it is not true that a cautioned player must leave. The rules of competition may stipulate that they must. NFHS (US High School) rules do require that a cautioned player leave the field. A substitution is allowed in this circumstance.
Yes! He can go wherever he likes.
Because Helen bought the rights to Soccer Am and he woudl of ended up working for her and he didnt want to !