Players usually retire in the game of football, and one of the most common reasons for their retirement are often severe injuries like broken arm or leg which might interrupt their career. But there are quite a several football players who have moved on with their lives after their retirement in the football game by chosen some odd careers.
We will be looking forward to see Players with Most Red Card in The History of The Game.Let see how the list will look like.
The combative attitude of football players in the English Premier League has cultivated their reputation for physicality and roughness, one that both fascinates and repulses the watching public.This article will name and shame the players who have received the most red cards in Premier League history.Roy Keane 7 Vinnie Jones Red Cards: 7 Appearances: 184 Red Card Rate: 1/31 Now Vinnie Jones is the most talented man on this list.
We have seen many articles and publications celebrating goal scores, clean sheets, headers, most goals in a single match and the list goes on but what about the bad boys in the game. I am talking about those that are physically arrogance and don't care about the consequences of their actions. This article will shine a light on the top ten players with the highest red card in football history. 10. Vinnie Jones: He is a former footballer who is presently an English actor, Producer, Presenter and a singer. He is
A red card may come either as a result of double yellow cards or just a straight red. When a footballer is being issued a red card by a referee in a match, that signals the end of his participation in that match. In most cases, the red card usually leads to subsequent suspensions. Red cards can be a last ditch effort for a referee to control a game after it becomes unhinged. Typically, the events that lead up to a red card are sometimes unintentional and almost humorous. Every day in football, we see list celebrating
Players are trained to always control their anger and also the perfect way of tackling, but some players are still known for their cruel performance in the field of play and always get sent off during matches. Below are the list of players with most red cards in football history.
I used to think that no player likes to receive a red card, but after I made some research to see who were the most red carded players in football history, I changed my mind. In that light, this article brings to you a list of the top 10 most red carded players in football history, and the number of red cards they have received over their career. Sit back and relax, as we go through the list of football's '10 Angry Men'. 10. Vinnie Jones The former Chelsea man may be known more as an actor than a footballer,
Football is a contact sport and involves a lot of emotions. And sometimes, when the players are overcome with a lot of emotions, it can result in, not just the usual physical contact, but a more violent contact with an opposing player. A number of times, we've seen fighta happen between players and their opponents. Certain players like Gattuso, Vinnie Jones, Pepe and Diego Costa are well-known for their aggressive nature on the pitch, and so it's not surprising to see them charge at an opponent. However, when
1) Diego Costa Diego Costa is very much a throwback to an era when strikers needed to be just as aggressive as the defenders who were intent on stopping them. However, his style of play has landed him in trouble with referees everywhere he has been. The Spain international is certainly a force to be reckoned with in the opposition box, but his propensity towards violence means that he is into double figures when it comes to career red cards. 2) Vinnie Jones Vinnie starts us off with 12 career red cards.
The history of the English Premier League is littered with a bucketload of players who come under the category of “hard men”. Top-flight football in England’s premier competition maybe a treat to watch, but there’s always a hard man looking to go for a crunching tackle. So who are the hardest and toughest footballers in Premier League and English history? Vinnie Jones Over the course of English football history, there have been plenty of notable players who have proven themselves to be difficult men
In this Article,I will be Showing you 8 Famous International Footballers that Have Featured in Hollywood Movies. 1) Vinnie Jones Vinne Jones was Born on the 5th of January,1965 in Watford, United kingdom. Jones is a Former Professional Football Player who Play For Sheffield United,Wales,Queen Park Ranger and Less United From 1984 to 2001. Jones is Currently a British Actor and Movie Producer. He has Starred in Many Popular Movies Such Like Escape Plan,The Big Ugly,Mean Machine, Snatch,The Midnight,Gone in 60
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.
Check them Out... Gerardo Bedoya If red cards can be exchanged for gold, Bedoya should be the Richest of all footballers. He's aguably the dirtiest player ever to step onto a pitch. The man From Colombia has a massive records of 46 red cards in his carreer. Cryil Rool He's known to be good at starting brawls, he has a record of 27 red cards throughout his career. Sergio Ramos The Madrid man has a record of 24 red cards. He's also to known to have the highest number of red cards in LA Liga and highest number
Football is not without its controversies and dramas. Such controversies and dramas may come from players, coaches and sometimes the fans. There have been outbursts between player and player, player and coach and even player and fans. We'll be taking a look at 5 footballers that were infamous because of their actions on and off the pitch. Players that were infamous for their actions on and off the pitch5. VINNIE JONES: Jones was known for his aggressiveness. It's rather no surprise as he played as a defensive
In honour of Stuart Pearce, we look at five of the biggest nutters in football, including Leeds, West Ham, Everton and Manchester United legends.Pearce was born on this day in 1962, and the Nottingham Forest legend built a reputation as ‘Psycho’ amongst fans of English football for his emotionally charge on-field displays. Coming from an era when the pampered lifestyle of youth footballers was non-existent, Pearce made a name for himself in non-league football, before his transfer to Coventry and then Forest,
Hey guys, welcome back to another interesting content from this media. In this article I would be revealing to you two (2) action series you can watch this week to keep yourself entertained. Encourage us by commenting and following this media. 1. Gangs of London Description: If you’re not a massive fan of Guy Ritchie or Vinnie Jones a new show called Gangs Of London might sound a bit off putting. Do yourself a favor and ignore those instincts. This is comfortably one of the very best shows Sky, or indeed
1.peleEdson Arantes do Nascimento, also called Pelé, is quite possibly the most popular footballers alive and the one who is bound to be forever set in opposition to Diego Maradona in the age-old battle for the title of the Greatest Footballer ever. Given that Pelé has authoritatively scored 1152 objectives in 1222 games for both club and nation all through the range of his profession extending 21 years, it is no extraordinary surprise that he is viewed as probably the best footballer to have ever lived
In this article today we are listing the players with the highest number of red cards in history. So many players have been sent of because of their behaviour and aggressive behaviour towards players and referee during football matches. Below are the list of players with highest number of red cards. #9 – Vinnie Jones (12 career red cards) #8 – Felipe Melo (14 career red cards) #7 – Yannick Cahuzac (17 career red cards) #6 – Pablo Alfaro (18 career red cards) #5 – Paolo Montero (21 career red cards)
Due to the viciousness of football players, cards were introduced to punish them some decades ago. Here are the players with the most Red cards: 10) Vinnie Jones Vinnie Jones a footballer turned actor played for Chelsea during his career. He had a total of 12 red cards. He also holds the record for the quickest ever booking in a match against Sheffield United in 1992 when he received a yellow card just three seconds into the match! Wow! 9) Mauricio Pochettino This one came as a shock to me. He played as a center
Football and movies are two different worlds but both careers seek to bring about entertainment though differently. Football players sometimes try to keep themselves busy after retirement, venturing into 6. Vinnie Jones: Vinnie Jones played for Leeds United and popular English club, Chelsea in the English Premier League.He has about 350 EPL appearances. The former football player has appeared in films such as Guy Ritchie's Brit Gangster Flicks, Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and Snatch where he played the