14: 47 BST, 1 June 2017
14: 48 BST, 1 June 2017
Sporting authorities in A holiday in greece have imposed big penalties upon PAOK and AEK Athens subsequent extensive fan violence during final month’s Greek Cup final.
The Greek soccer association’s disciplinary panel says PAOK will lose 6 points from next season’s little league tally, play seven home video games without fans and pay the fine of 282, 500 pounds (Â£246, 131).
AEK was fined 170, 000 euros (Â£148, 114) and ordered to try out three house games with no fans.
PAOK and AEK Athens have been hit with fees following fan violence in the particular Greek Cup final
Both sets of supporter engaged within conflicts within the upper tiers associated with the stadium before the game
Riot police needed to gather within the stadium to quell stress and control the situation
Supporters can be seen charging down one another at the upper tiers associated with the stadium, many clad within hats and balaclavas and wielding weapons.
Riot police were known as in to subdue the stress and bring the situation in check at the Panthessaliko stadium within Volos. Â
PAOK won the last 2-1 on May 6, yet lost to be able to