bookable offence

bookable offence
bookable offence UK US noun [countable] [singular bookable offence plural bookable offences] british
an action by a football player that breaks the rules of the game and leads to the player’s name being officially recorded by the referee . After two bookable offences the player can be sent off (=made to leave the field) .
Thesaurus: actions in playing games or sportshyponym

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