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We take a look at the top 10 footballers with the most red cards.
1. GERARDO BEDOYA: The ex - Colombian and Boca Junior defensive midfielder received a total of 46 red cards.
2. SERGIO RAMOS: The Spanish and Real Madrid defender received a total of 26 red cards.
3. CYRIL ROOL: The ex - French and Monaco Midfielder received a total of 25 red cards.
4. ALEXIS RUANO DELGADO: The ex - Spanish and Racing defender received a total of 22 red cards.
5. PAOLO MONTERO: The ex - Italian and Juventus defender received a total of 21 red cards.
6. PABLO ALFARO: The ex - Spanish and Sevilla defender received a total of 18 red cards.
7. YANNICK CAHUZAC: The ex - French and Lens defensive Midfielder received a total of 17 red cards.
8. FELIPE MELO: The ex - Brazilian and Inter Milan Midfielder received a total of 14 red cards.
9. MAURICIO POCHETTINO: The ex - Argentine and Espanyol defender received a total of 13 red cards.
10. VINNIE JONES: The ex - English and Chelsea defender breceived a total of 12 red cards.
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