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  1. red-cardverb

    To show a player a red card, and dimiss them from the playing area. send off

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of red-card in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of red-card in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

Examples of red-card in a Sentence

  1. Brenden Aaronson:

    It's early in the game, I don't think it should be a red card.

  2. Prawit Wongsuwon:

    Good news, we won't get the red card... They have delayed this because we have always cooperated.

  3. Kwesi Nyantakyi:

    I think that we in Africa would have done better at the world (soccer) stage if we had not allowed people to infiltrate the camps of football setting, if you had people who will sit down and fix a match and determine what the outcome will be, that is not fair to African football. If referees can sell yellow card, sell red card, sell goals, then you're looking at a very bleak future of African football.

  4. Jurgen Klopps:

    That's a clear, absolutely 100 % red card. Very often you can not see clearly or whatever but in this situation, if Andy Robertson's foot is on the ground, Andy Robertson.Immediately leg is broken, i think we all agree on that. But luckily for both, he was in the air. It's still a red card but the ref saw it differently.

  5. Richard Weber:

    This really is the World Cup of fraud, and today we are issuing FIFA a red card.

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