TOWN are top of the Third Division shame league.
Nine sendings-off at the half-way stage in the season is more than any of their rivals.
Manager Peter Jackson is keen to clamp down - especially as Town have also had 50 yellow cards.
Midfield player Lee Fowler has been fined three quarters of his week's wages for his second dismissal of the season against Oxford.
The other players sent-off are Paul Scott, Danny Schofield, Ian Hughes, Nathan Clarke, Steve Yates, Jon Worthington and Efe Sodje.
Friday's opponents Darlington are second to Town with eight red cards so far, but they have had only 39 players booked.
Scunthorpe United have the worst record for cautions, with 54 names going in the book, while Darlington and Leyton Orient have committed the most fouls.
Bury are the only other club to have topped a half century of yellow cards.
Jackson has had words with his Town squad about their disciplinary problems.
Experienced defender Steve Yates, who saw red for a tunnel bust-up with Carlisle's Richie Foran, said: "The sendings-off are a bit frustrating and we've had a few silly ones, like mine!
"I think there are a few cases where we haven't deserved red and yellow cards, but the record overall doesn't look good.
"We will simply look to improve it in the second half of the season."
* Bradford have signed former Town loan man Alun Armstrong on a month's loan. He was with Valley Parade manager Bryan Robson at Middlesbrough.