The topper in the Greek football league between PAOK Saloniki and AEK Athens on Sunday, with the necessary chaos ended. The players of AEK refused in the final of the match play out, after irate members of the team to the field entered. The PAOK president wore even a gun.
Thuisverdediger Fernando Varela scored in the ninetieth minute of the 1-0, but the referee, the match, which PAOK in the lead would bring to the position, for offside. This was absolutely not to the liking of the board of directors of PAOK, that on the field when the ref story was going to get. Ivan Savvidis, the Greek-Russian president of the team from Thessaloniki, wore a holster with a gun.
When the referee afterwards and he can still approve of, refused by the players of AEK in the game to play. The party was eventually “ended” with a 0-0 score. AEK claimed that Savvidis the referee and AEK-manager Vassilis Dimitriadis has threatened. The club has announced a complaint with both the UEFA and the FIFA.
It is now up to the Greek football federation for a final decision regarding the outcome and any sanctions to speak. It is possible that the league only be resumed after the interlandperiode. The next three weeks can be used to calm everyone down and to take measures for such abuses to occur.
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— Justin Kevenaar (@JWKev) march 12, 2018