The Greek league is Saturday, three weeks after the government called the Super League for an indefinite period of time stillegde because of abuses in the topper PAOK Saloniki-AEK Athens, resumes.
The duel was on Sunday, march 11 discontinued after PAOK-supporters in the final stage, the field stormed. Club president Ivan Savvidis wore on the field, even a gun.
The Greek government let then know that the league only would be resumed if there is “common agreement on a clear framework” would be to such incidents in the future to prevent. Monday was in a meeting gave the green light for the resumption of the Super League.
The serious riots between number two PAOK and leader AEK started three weeks ago in the 89th minute in a 0-0 position. Referee Georgios Kominis had shortly before a goal from Fernando Varela of home team PAOK disapproved because of offside.
Of Supporters – but also the wealthy Savvidis, who in addition to chairman is the owner of PAOK and, therefore, a firearm had – stormed the field and threatened the referee and the players of AEK.