Discipline has always played an important role be it in football or off it. Football is one of the most passionate games in the world, and in the midst of being a very fortified sport, it comes with the kind of drawbacks a player can never think of.

The football card of doom

We have seen the likes of Luis Suarez, who have had their fair share in terms of getting the biggest punishment on the pitch. the disciplinary factor always plays an important role in a football career.

However, there are always the ‘chosen ones’, as we like to call them, who have never really done anything to be victimized by a referee, or have not said anything unusual to anybody. these lads have never been red carded, suspended or sidelined due to any kind of unethical disciplinary behavior, as all they have done is play the beautiful game.

They are as follows:

  1. Andres Iniesta – Vissel Kobe
With over 800 appearances in Barca.

He is one of the greatest midfielders of all time

With four champions league titles in a decade and almost 32 major trophies, Iniesta has been the most consistent and agile player Barcelona has ever produced.

the former world cup winner has never been sent off as a result of a red card.

2. Raul Gonzalez

the Spanish legendary player has never earned a red card

Regarded as the greatest Spanish player of all time, Raul is a culmination of everything. Aworld-class goalscorer, a true leader and a record setter by all means. A footballer filled with experience.

A humble human being, the Spaniard had no discipline issues in his 17- year career, having held the distinction of receiving no red-cards at all. Disciplined as he was, multiple football players and managers did try to provoke the Spaniard but maintaining his composure and calmness, Raul walked out of all those situations.

3. Karim Benzema – Real Madrid

the Frenchman has had a perfect disciplinary record

one of the most decorated strikers in the world. He has never received any red card in his history in football.

4. Joao Moutinho – Wolverhampton

47 yellow cards but no red card

Often considered as one of the most underrated midfielders in the world, He was the major reason behind Portugal’s UEFA Euro success back in 2016.

with a total of 47 Yellow cards, he has never fallen prey to a referee’s a red card.