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Post  Kipper on Mon Mar 12, 2018 11:29 am

One from the other extreme:

Greek football match stopped after team owner invades pitch with a gun

Ivan Savvidis came on the field accompanied by bodyguards and carrying what appeared to be a pistol in a holder

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 Ivan Savvidis is escorted away after taking to the pitch in Thessaloniki carrying a handgun in his waistband. Photograph: Sakis Mitrolidis/AFP/Getty Images
A disputed goal at the end of a match in the Greek Superleague between Paok Salonika and AEK Athens has led to a pitch invasion by one of the team owners, who appeared to be carrying a gun.


                                     


Fernando Varela scored with a header in the 90th minute, putting the home team, Paok, ahead 1-0 and on course to close the gap between themselves in third spot and leaders AEK.
The referee signalled a goal but then seemed to disallow it for offside.
Paok’s owner, the businessman Ivan Savvidis, came on the field twice and was accompanied by bodyguards. On the second occasion, without the overcoat he was wearing before, Savvidis appeared to be carrying a pistol which was in its holder.
AEK officials claimed Savvidis threatened the referee during his first foray onto the pitch, before being pulled away.
The game was suspended and the crowd was told to disperse. Adding to the widespread confusion, there were claims that the referee, Giorgos Kominis, had allowed the goal.
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Post  cyprussyd on Mon Mar 12, 2018 11:52 am

ffs dont show Short this, he is an American and could come on and shoot Asoro and Honeyman for trying to hard.

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