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Greece indefinitely suspended its Superleague football fixtures Monday after the owner of the club PAOK Salonika was filmed wearing a gun holster as he strode onto the pitch to protest about a disallowed goal.Photographs and footage showed Ivan Savvides, one of Greece's richest men, joining a pitch invasion in the closing minutes of a clash with Athens side AEK with what appeared to be a handgun strapped to his waist.There was no immediate comment from Savvides or PAOK Salonika.PAOK Salonika went on to be declared the winners after the referee reversed his decision two hours after the game and allowed the goal.
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