Each player is limited to Two Actions Tokens and One Card per Rush. With the free actions it can be a little confusing as to which player had used which action. Add in the fact you can use an Action token on a player, move on to use actions on other players then go back to the first player you used an action with. I know...how hard is it to keep track of 5 actions? Well things happen, folks get distracted, and us older gamers don't have the memory we used to. If nothing else this will be a tool to help when learning the game.
Here is the idea to help you track which players had actions played upon them.
When you play an action on a player, place the action counter along side the turn track that matches that players number.
For example: My rush starts and I want to do a Run action with Goblin Jack #7. I place my action token next to Turn 7 on the turn tracker along side the board. My 2nd action, I want to Slam with my Orx Guard #3...I place the action token next to Turn 3. My 3rd action I want to move Goblin Jack #7 again, so I place that token next to Turn 7. The two tokens next to that turn show I can not play any more actions on player #7. At the end my my turn I would pick up my action tokens. You could also put the used cards in a turn over by the turn tracker I as well.
I know that gamer attention spans are not the greatest in the world. Or you may have to walk away from the game for a bit.
Edit: Jake (the Dreadball designer) visited the blog! He clarified that using more that the 2 allotted actions on a given player is not a "foul", doing so is just against the game rules and may not be done.