Yeah, a player can wear any number he/she feels like. But its's up to the manager.
In my team yes, Ushaly "0" is a player with no number, so if you shirt hasn't got a number yet and you were the only one on the team then they would just put you down as 0, :)
Martin Biron wore 00
1-1, 2-1, 1-0, 2-0, 3-0, 4-0
I know Al Oliver (played from 1968 to1985) and Rey Ordonez (played from 1996 to 2004). They both wore the number '0'.
It was a 0-0 tie.
None The Lowest Legal Number is No.1 Outfielders Can Also Wear The No.1 Shirt
yes, Gilbert arenas, agent 0, jersey #0
Hicham Zerouali and Steve Cronin, both used number 0 just for 1 season
No, it is not possible to wear the number 0 on a football jersey. However, the 0 jersey was issued in the NFL before the number standardization in 1973.
because it is not a number and if that #0 or 00 scored he ref can't say 0 or 0 scored and in all hockey leagues 0 and 00 number are banned this is my anwer from: carry price NHL montreal goalie
Generally, soccer goalies will have the number 0, 00, or 1.
number 0: Al Oliver (Baseball)
Yes, a player can wear any number they choose, provided they are the only member of their team that has it and the number is clearly defined on their unifrom. It is a number normally used by goalkeepers only, but many of these choose (or are given) other numbers, so it opens up the opportunity for their teammates.
Player can wear 0-99.
Anyone can wear the number 1 on their jerseys. If only the players who were truly #1, and the number really determined how good the player, Gilbert Arenas, one of the best ballers in the history, would be 0 good. So, anybody can have the number 1. The jersey number doesn't determine the player's abilities or potential.
the player to number 0 was jean