Savvides entered the pitch wearing what appears to be a gun in a holster.
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Greece's top division Tuesday opposed the suspension of all Superleague football fixtures over crowd trouble, saying it threatened the clubs' very existence while PAOK Salonika owner Ivan Savvides apologized for his part in Sunday's disturbances.The game was abandoned and later awarded to PAOK 1-0 following the controversial goal which had prompted the initial protests.Savvides apologized for his actions in a club statement Tuesday but the European Club Association suspended the Greek side as a member with immediate effect.The ECA, which represents European football clubs, suspended the Greeks indefinitely.However, attendances have dwindled and this season only four clubs in the 16-team top division have posted average attendances of more than 5,000 spectators per league game.
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