The 25 players who have picked up the most yellow cards since 2000 (10-1)

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10 | Emre Belozoglu | 181 yellow cards

For a stylish footballer, Emre was a dirty ba***rd.

9 | Giampiero Pinzi | 182 yellow cards

Just the 119 yellows and 13 reds while at Udinese. Impressive.

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8 | David Albelda | 183 yellow cards

177 of those yellow cards came at Valencia. What a legend.

7 | Raul Garcia | 185 yellow cards

Garcia is still at Athletic Bilbao and could move up the list between now and the time he retires.

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6 | Gabi | 189 yellow cards

He’d have no doubt pleased Diego Simone at Atletico Madrid by picking up 122 yellows and eight reds.

5 | Daniele Conti | 190 yellow cards

Just the 186 yellows for Cagliari for Conti.

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4 | Xabi Alonso | 197 yellow cards

Really? One of the most technically gifted footballers in history picked up almost 200 yellow cards. To be fair, he couldn’t really run, could he?

3 | Dani Alves | 210 yellow cards

Considering his pace and the fact he largely played for a side that dominating possession, it’s staggering the Brazilian picked up so many bookings.

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2 | Gerardo Torrado | 228 yellow cards

The Mexican picked up 147 and 13 reds during his time at Cruz Azul. A short spell at Sevilla earned him seven yellows and two reds.

1 | Sergio Ramos | 259 yellow cards

Who else? Ramos has earned himself 210 yellow cards at Real Madrid to go along with his 26 red cards. It’s a record that will surely never be beaten.

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