Sunday's Greek Super League clash between PAOK Thessaloniki and AEK Athens was abandoned when the president of the home side marched onto the pitch with a gun in his pocket. "We made a decision to discontinue the championship".
The incident led Greece's sports minister Giorgos Vasileiadis to suspend the Superleague indefinitely, reaching the decision on Monday after a meeting with the country's Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras.
A Greek Superleague match between PAOK FC and AEK Athens was precariously poised at 0-0 when an 89th minute goal was ruled offside.
The goal, initially ruled offside, was later allowed.
European football governing body UEFA says such extreme phenomena call for bold decisions. The match was eventually abandoned.
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Furthermore, Savvidis may well have a right to be angry about the goal being disallowed.
Vassiliadis said the government had "fought to clean up" Greek football for three years "and would not allow all this effort to be threatened".
Born in Georgia (the Caucasus nation, not the USA state), Savvidis is one of the world's wealthiest people and former member of the Russian parliament.
In soccer, usually it's the fans behaving terribly throughout the game and towards a ref, but for a game between PAOK Salonika and AEK Athens, it would be a team owner losing his mind.
The match was then officially scuttled two hours later.
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Olympiakos itself is appealing a decision that had deducted three points from the team for fan behaviour in a February 4 home game against AEK, which it lost 2-1.
The latest incident of violence at PAOK's Toumba Stadium in the northern city of Thessaloniki prompted opposition political parties to raise questions over the government's relations with Savvidis, a former Russian MP who holds stakes in the Thessaloniki Port Authority, media and other businesses.
From 2003 to 2011, he served as a Duma deputy for the United Russia party, which is closely associated with President Vladimir Putin.
Paok's owner, the businessman Ivan Savvidis, came on the field twice and was accompanied by bodyguards.
A police source on Monday said Savvidis was not sought over the gun, for which he has a license, but for the pitch invasion, a misdemeanour that carries no prison term.
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