Football is a given contact sport. It is almost inevitable for a footballer regardless of your temperament or disposition to be warned during a game over the course of his career.
Anyway, there are a few exceptions. This is squeaky clean. Read on as we highlight footballers who have never been a Yellow card in their entire career.
1. Stanley Matthews
Stanley was one of the stars of the game. Renowned for his astounding tribes and marvelous skills, Matthews captured the imagination of fans and opponents alike during the 1930s to the 60s. The Legend of England played over 700 games in total for club and country without any wonder being booked. Known as one of the game's finest gentlemen, Sir Stanley Matthews passed away in 2000 at the age of 85.
James William Dickson was a British footballer with a career at Portsmouth FC in over 700 matches from 1946 to 1965. It was a player. He was also the national team of England with 48 national teams that played in the Three Lions at the 1954 World Cup, and Jimmy was able to play all of these matches without a single reservation and sadly passed away in 1982 at the age of 57.
3. William, also known as Ralph Dean
Everton FC legend Dixie Dean, played more than 400 games in 1923-40, played as a center forward for 18 years, scored 18 goals for the British national team and scored 16 times. I participated. Despite playing a huge number of games, he was able to avoid being warned even once. He is one of the soccer players who has never won a yellow card in his career.
4. William Ambrose Wright
aka Former Wolverhampton Wanderers and England defender Billy Wright played nearly a total of 600 games in both the club and the country. One known as the Club Man and his country. Known as the first international player to reach 100 caps in. He died in 1994 at the age of 70.
Unlike the other players on this list, the former England national team finished his career not long ago. The former Leicester City, Barcelona and Tottenham Hotspur striker played 460 games across various clubs along with 80 English caps, but somehow managed to avoid getting a yellow card not to talk about being sent off.
6. Peter Shilton
Peter Shilton is another player who has never received a yellow card in his career, despite being sent away once .
He played 1,005 Football League games in a remarkable 31-year professional career, making him one of the players who have played for four different decades. He is also the English Record Cap holder, with 125 English caps, and is the player with the most appearances ever.
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