A yellow paperboard is used in many Sport S, and means that player is under the blow of a warning. If it receives a second yellow paperboard, that Ci transforms into red Carton, and the player is expelled.
In football, the yellow paperboard is a warning. Its dimension is of 102 X 76 mm in general.
In all, nine faults are liable to this sanction:
- If the player makes guilty of a antisportif behavior
- If it expresses his disapproval in words or acts
- If it enfreint with persistence the Laws of the Play
- If it marks after the referee stopped the part (for a fault, an off-side)
- If it delays the resumption of the play
- If it does not respect the necessary distance during the execution of a kick of corner or a frank blow
- If it penetrates or returns on the playing field without the prior approval of the referee
- If it deliberately leaves the playing field without the authorization precondition of the referee
- If it withdraws his shirt throughout match
On Sunday, May 31, 1970, the German referee Kurt Tschenscher (FRG) gratifie Evgeni Lovchev, the n°6 of the team of Soviet Union, the 1st yellow paperboard of the history of the football world cup at the time of the match of 1st turn in Mexico City City enters Mexico and the Soviet Union (0-0)
World cup 2006 (Germany): Croatia-Australia match The Croat Josip Simunic received three warnings and a red paperboard during the meeting and benefitted during a few minutes from an error from the English referee Graham Poll who should have excluded it after its 2nd warning.
Simunic received a first yellow paperboard with the 62e minute, then a second with the 90e minute: Graham Poll should then have excluded it, but forgot to do it.
But three minutes later, in the additional time of a very hung and surging meeting, Simunic made a new fault and received its third yellow paperboard of the match: Graham Poll excluded it then.
The yellow paperboard is a warning, and the player is excluded during 10 minutes from the play.
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