Olympiacos coach Oscar Garcia reacts after his injury during a Greek Super League soccer match between PAOK and Olympiacos in Thessaloniki, Greece, February 25, 2018. Yorgos Mattheos/Intimenews via REUTERS.
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Greek Deputy Minister for Sports and Culture Giorgos Vasiliadis on Monday branded a PAOK fan who was arrested after throwing an object in the face of a rival team's coach "an idiot".But Vasiliadis's ire seemed more related to the possible sporting sanctions PAOK will face than the potential injury suffered by Olympiakos boss Oscar Garcia.PAOK lead the Greek league by one point from AEK, with Olympiakos, winners of the the title in the last seven seasons, six points back in third.
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