Im pretty sure its called an Expulsion- A serious foul
yes it is but most players aren't stupid enough to leave unlss they see a teamate .
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!
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.
the player either forfiets or refueses to leave the match
A player shown a red card has been sent off. This player must leave the vicinity of the field, may not return to the match, and may not be replaced.
If a player gets a red card during the game, they have to leave the game immediately and the team cannot replace him. They have to play with one less player.
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.
A 'throw' in soccer is when the ball goes out of bounds and a player on the team opposite than the one who kicked it out must 'throw' it back in bounds. The player has to leave one foot on the ground all the way through the throw and bring both hands over the head.
In soccer a yellow card is used for a minor foul. If you get two yellow cards in one game, you are given a red card. If a red card is given the player has to leave the game and a substitute has to enter the playing field.
Get serious, Tracy.