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Presidente armado em campo

Paok president Ivan Savvidis (C) takes to the pitch carrying a handgun in his waistband (below C), after the referee refused a last minute goal on March 11, 2018 during the Greek Superleague football match PAOK Thessaloniki vs AEK Athens on March 11, 2018 in Thessaloniki.
The match between PAOK Thessaloniki and AEK Athens for the Greek Super League at Toumpa stadium has been temporarily stopped after the referee and his assistants were deliberating whether to allow or disallow a  90th minute goal for PAOK. / AFP PHOTO / stringer
Paok president Ivan Savvidis (C) takes to the pitch carrying a handgun in his waistband (below C), after the referee refused a last minute goal on March 11, 2018 during the Greek Superleague football match PAOK Thessaloniki vs AEK Athens on March 11, 2018 in Thessaloniki. The match between PAOK Thessaloniki and AEK Athens for the Greek Super League at Toumpa stadium has been temporarily stopped after the referee and his assistants were deliberating whether to allow or disallow a 90th minute goal for PAOK. / AFP PHOTO / stringer - AFP PHOTO / stringer

Após o presidente do PAOK, Ivan Savvidis, invadir o gramado portando arma na cintura, domingo, o Campeonato Grego foi suspenso por tempo indeterminado. Nos minutos finais de PAOK 0 x 0 AEK, o árbitro voltou atrás e anulou um gol do PAOK após seis minutos de conversa com os assistentes, marcando impedimento. O cartola apareceu armado e o juiz não reiniciou o jogo por falta de segurança. "Savvidis cometeu ato de terrorismo. Não houve qualquer proteção da polícia, foi quase um salve-se quem puder", disse o meia português André Simões, do AEK.

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