Real Madrid skipper Sergio Ramos leads the way with the most red cards in footballer since 2000.
The 34-years old Spaniard is widely regarded as one of the best defenders in world football right now. But No.2, on the rank
Here Are the Most Red card Player In Football History
#10 Vinnie Jones- 12 reds
Vinnie Jones is the most talented on this list. Like, really. Jones had a pretty distinguised football career and represented Wimbledon, Leeds, Sheffied United, Chelsea, Queen Park rangers and also the Wales natioal team. His football career lasted for 15years. He then went on to capitalise on his hard-man image on field to become an actor in iconic films such as Stock, Lock, and To smoking Barrels.
Jones also worked as singer and presenter. But one more thing. Getting red cards, he got sent off 12 times during his career
#Mauricio Pochettino- 13 reds
One of the most respected names on this list, Mauricio Pochettio won two copa del reys during his playing career with Espanyol. As a football player in France while representing his nation Argentina in the 2002 Fifa World Cup.
A good career on the pitch become an even more successful one off it as Pochettino rose to prominence as one of the most astute modern managers of the game.
Interestingly, among many sports that he played in his childhood was judo. He possible took that fighting instinct he acquired from learning martial arts into the game of football, become a tough-tacking centre-back who got 13 red cards during his career.
#8 Felipe Melo- 14 reds
One of the few active players on this list, Felipe Melo has had a pretty illustrious football career, but it is safe to say, he isn't the most 'mellow' footballer you will find, Felipe, now 37, captains Palmeiras and has spells in Europe with Fiorentina, Juventus, Inter Millan and Galatasaray, among others.
He played for Brazil as a Defensive Midfielders in the 2010 World cup in which the selecao were knocked out in the quarter-finals. He won the 2009 Confederations Cup with them, he collected 14 red cards till now.
#7 Yannick Cahuzac- 17reds
Yannic Cahuzac is an active defensive midfielders on this list.. he has had a far less illustrious career than Melo. Cahuzac once set a record for getting 3 red cards in 4 games and has a total of 17 till now.
#6 Pablo Alfaro- 18reds
Pablo Alfaro had a very long career in the La Liga with 164 of his apperances coming from Sevilla. He won UEFA Cup towards the end of his time there, while in early of his career, he was rarely-used squad player in the Barcelona team which won the La liga in 92-93. He totally picked up 18 reds during his long career to come at 6th on this list.
#5 Paolo Montero- 21 reds
Paolo Montero is one of the most accomplished football players on this list, he captained Uruguary and was a pillar in the back for Juventus in the mid 90s, winning four Seria A titles with them. Montero was best in his time in juventus forming a great patnership with Ciro Ferrara that sucked the life out of attacks around Europe.
He had a distinguished career with Uruguay, but picked up 21 red cards, perhaps due to his no-nonsence style which sometimes crossed all limit. he try to stop his opponent in whatever way possible, fair or unfair.
#4 Alexis Ruano Delgado- 22 reds
Alexis Ruano Delgado, is a versatile defender who can play both in the centre as well as a full backs, currently plies his trade with Racing Santander, playing 321 matches over 15 seasons. He aslo played abroad, with a spell at Bekistas ending with accusation of match fixing. Another serial red card collector, he has so far got 22.
#3 Cyril Rool- 25 reds
Cyril Rool also got an 187 yellows cards. he his a tough midfielder played for a number of top French clubs including Marseille and once reached the French Cup Final.
#2 Sergio Ramos- 26 reds
Sergio Ramos is a great defenders in the history of Real Madrid, so far whom he has won everything including an astounding four Champions Leagues, Ramos' game is not always considerd beautiful
While assured on the ball and blessed with a great passing, distribution and tackling skills, Ramos can be extremely aggressive and has paid the price by 26 sending-offs
#1 Gerardo Bedoya- 46 reds
Gerardo Badoya is the Legend of red cards. The clear No.1, in football histories, the king who seems beyond everyone's reach. The former colombia International Gerardo Bedoya has been sent of 46 times in his career.
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