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The owner of Greek club PAOK has been banned for three years after storming onto the pitch with a holstered gun on his belt, league organizers said. PAOK were also docked three points and fined for Ivan Savvidis' actions at the end of a match against AEK Athens, meaning they drop to third place in a tight championship race with AEK and Olympiakos.The Greek league was set to resume Saturday after being suspended on March 12 in the wake of the Savvidis incident. Athens-based AEK now have a commanding lead at the top with 57 points followed by Olympiakos with 50 and PAOK with 49 points. Greek football has perennially been plagued by violence and match fixing.
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