President of Greek club PAOK, ran out onto the field with a gun, suspended for three years

The President of football club PAOK (Thessaloniki), Russian businessman Ivan Savvidi three years were forbidden to attend the stadiums of Greece. This is stated on the website of the Greek super League.

Russian businessman must pay a fine in the amount of €100 thousand in connection with the incident in the game of the 25th round of the championship against AEK (Athens), when Savvidi entered the field with a gun protesting the decision of the referee to cancel a goal of his team.

The disciplinary Committee March 29, AEK was awarded a technical victory with the score 3:0.

He also denied PAOK three points earned this season, and two points in the season 2018/2019. The club from Thessaloniki has to pay €63 thousand fine, the next three home games the team will play without spectators.

Sports Director PAOK Lubos Michel, insulted the judges, received a 90-day ban on visiting stadiums and have to pay a fine of €15 thousand

March 11 match of the Greek championship between the teams of PAOK and AEK Athens was interrupted because of the riots. After the referee with the score 0:0 is not counted in the 90th minute goal against AEK, the field ran the fans and the club President Savvidi. The entrepreneur, whose holster had a gun, attacked the judge, but the guards managed to take him to the side.

The representative Savvidi, claimed that the businessman threatened the judge with a weapon.

On 12 March, the Greek police issued a warrant for the arrest of the Russian businessman. He stated that the weapon was, but apologized for his actions.

The Greek League was suspended in connection with the incident.

President of Greek club PAOK, ran out onto the field with a gun, suspended for three years 29.03.2018

Март 29th, 2018 by
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