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Greek Championship: Chaos at the end of the football match

But the referee Giorgos Kominos refuses the goal for an offside, which causes the fury of the local bench, including PAOK chairman, the Greek-Russian businessman Ivan Savvidis.

Mar.12 - SportLand: The leader of PAOK Salonika, who was facing AEK Athens, came down on the pitch after a goal was denied, wearing a gun-like look at his belt.

The Greek-Russian owner of the PAOK Salonika, Ivan Savvidis, goes down on the pitch during a meeting on March 11 with what looks like a pistol on his belt.

The clash of the Greek championship between PAOK Thessaloniki and AEK Athens ended in chaos on Sunday (March 11th), as AEK players refused to end the match after the PAOK leaders stormed the pitch, including the president who wore on his belt what looks like a gun, according to photos of Agence France-Presse (AFP).

But the referee Giorgos Kominos refuses the goal for an offside, which causes the fury of the local bench, including PAOK chairman, the Greek-Russian businessman Ivan Savvidis.

According to the photos of AFP, the leader wore on his belt what looks like a pistol, stored in his case.

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