A player or substitute who is "booked" is being punished for misconduct; either a caution or a send off. A player or substitute who is "cautioned" is being warned. It is one type of misconduct. When a player is cautioned, they are shown a yellow card.
It means that you are very busy.
When you are released you are supposed to have everything you had on you when you were booked in, returned to you. Are you sure you actually had anything on you wehen you were booked in.
In any type of law enforcement situation, a suspect is "booked in" to the jail awaiting trial. Being "booked out" means that you have either posted bail or been released on your own recognizance. In other words, you are once again free to roam the countryside.
They could already hold a tune before they were being booked into clubs.
yes, if u feel like being a disgusting player. but whatver tickles ur peach bro.
By injury would be one reason, but you may be referring to being not allowed to play. That would be a disciplinary issue. If they are booked by a referee twice in one match, they can be sent off and will then miss the next game. If they are booked twice over the course of a number of games, as bookings are cumulative, they can miss the next game too. If they are directly sent off in a match, they can miss a game too. So there are lots of ways it can happen.
A holding pin is a jail cell where people are kept while being booked or held. It is a temporary place for imprisonment.
No because England's smallest player ever was 5 feet and 4 inches tall
Limos can be booked months in advance so it's best to book at least six months prior to the wedding. If you are planning a spring wedding you may want to book even earlier due to prom rentals being high at that time.
Lady Gaga was topped at the charts for being the most expensive artist to book. She charges $2,000,000 to be booked. Not worth it.