https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AQGcnMoXrAo Greece has suspended indefinitely its Super League after the team owner of PAOK walked onto the pitch apparently carrying a gun in a holster to protest a referee's call in a match against AEK. It happened in the final few seconds of Sunday's game in the Greek city of Thessaloniki, after PAOK player Fernando Varela scored a goal that was subsequently tossed out by a referee. The teams had been tied up till that point. As The Associated Press reported, "FIFA urged Greek authorities to take swift action against PAOK owner Ivan Savvidis or face as possible suspension." The country's deputy minister for sport, Giorgos Vasileiadis, told the wire service that games would not start up again "if there is not a new,...
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Greece Suspends Soccer League After Team Owner Invades Field With Gun