Football

Armed chairman PAOK three years suspended

President Ivan Savvidis of the Greek club PAOK should be three years long not more in a football stadium display.

President Ivan Savvidis (m).

The disciplinary committee of the Super League, the highest league in Greece, gave Savvidis also a fine of 100,000 euros. The 59-year-old Georgian came at the beginning of this month, during the heated top match against AEK Athens in the final stage onto the field, with a gun on his belt.
Savvidis was furious after the referee a goal of PAOK was rejected due to alleged offside. The duel was then stopped. The umpteenth incident in the Super League was for the Greek government in response to the league temporarily halt. This coming weekend is again played football.

The disciplinary committee took PAOK – AEK in a regulatory 0-3 for the club from Athens. PAOK had three points deducted for the rankings, making the titelkansen suddenly almost desperate.

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