The red card is when the referee deems the player, the coach, the manager, and the staff in the dugout have serious misconduct against the law of the beautiful game. Clubs and national teams get fines and penalties for misconduct of the fans/staff/players to do more and kick it out.
Is the beautiful game exploited?
Is there real corporate social responsibility within FIFA as an organization?
Can FIFA ensure host countries comply with basic human rights rules? How?
Do we have a referee? Where is the red card? Who is the player accountable for getting the red card and leaving the pitch now? or banned for a few games. All in the name of protecting the beautiful game.
FIFA has commitments under its own statutes and responsibilities under the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights to ensure host countries comply with basic human rights rules.