Ivan Savvidis, the president of PAOK Thessaloniki on Sunday, with a gun in his belt, the field entered in the abandoned match against AEK Athens, for five years suspended. The Greek bond EPO has Savvidis Thursday for various offences charged.
In a short statement reports, EPO Savvidis is suspected of making threats and carrying a weapon on the field.
EPO allows the further criminal proceedings to the leadership of the Greek Super League. You may get PAOK points deducted as a result of the riots. That would be the current number three won’t stand a chance in the title.
Dozens of supporters of PAOK and Savvidis stormed Sunday the field, after a goal is scored in the final stage, was rejected. The contest was then halted by the referee.
The government decided the league until further order to stop. That measure was the last few years, taken more frequently after previous incidents in the Greek football.