We’ve put together the most ill disciplined team of players imaginable who could all conceivably have been sent off by half time in every game they play…
Armitage remains one of rugby’s most controversial characters and certainly isn’t afraid to get in the opposition’s faces.
Somehow Huget made it to the World Cup escaping a ban for a deliberate stamp only to pick up an injury in the opening game.
Tuilagi’s punched on Chris Ashton will live long in the memory, but he has shown his temper can get the better of him on other occasions.
The master of the almost high tackle, Nonu operates on the very edge of rugby’s laws and could just as easily have many more cards to his name.
With six international yellows to his name, Habana has become somewhat accustomed to spending time in the bin for the Springboks.
Cooper’s yellow against Uruguay at the Rugby World Cup was his fifth in 58 tests making him the seventh most carded player of all time in international rugby.
More likely to start a fight and run away than actually finish one, but Phillips is certainly no stranger to controversy on and off the pitch.
His eye gouge on Luke Fitzgerald on the 2009 Lions tour is still one of the most controversial moments in tour history.
Far from the most malicious player in this team but Haskell does have something of a history of earning needles trips to the bin at key times.
A former drug enforced, Cudmore has applied plenty of those experiences on the rugby field to great effect.
Hamilton is far from unfamiliar with the sight of a yellow card and has never been one to back away from a scuffle.
His late his on Johnny Sexton the other weekend was just the most recent in a long series of transgressions.
Punching opponents in semi finals and off-field issues are just scratching the surface for the troubled Ma’afu whose career has taken a downward trajectory.
Not sure this one really needs explaining.
A bit of a left field selection, but the German prop has been on the receiving end of six yellow cards in 41 starts (an average of less than one every seven games).