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We all love football, for it has given us some good memories. Football is one of the best sporting activities for everyone to watch. There are a lot of football clubs and leagues they play.
Every game comes with its own rules and regulations. On the field of play, there are officials who decide and take judgment on the pitch, they are known as referees. They decide when a player plays a foul tackle against the opponent. If the tackle is intentional or if a player misbehaves on the pitch he or she is been shown a red card. If a player is given a red card, it means the player must leave the field of play.
In this article, we are going to look at players with the reddest cards in the history of football. Below are the top 10 players with the reddest cards.
1. Gerardo Bedoya (46 red cards)
2. Sergio Ramos (26 red cards)
3. Cyril Rool (26 red cards )
4. Alexis Ruano Delgado ( 22 red cards )
5. Paolo Montero (21 red cards)
6. Pablo Alfaro ( 18 red cards )
7. Yannick Cahuzac (17 red cards)
8. Felipe Melo (14 red cards)
9. Mauricio Pochettino ( 13 red cards )
10. Vinnie Jones ( 12 red cards)
Just taking a good looking at the pictures you can tell they really deserve those cards. What do you also think about these senses?
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