PAOK Thessaloniki penalised with a 3-point deduction in Greek football league!
PAOK Thessaloniki has been penalised with a 3-point deduction related to the incident of the injury of Olympaikos’s coach Oscar Garcia two week ago before the match between the Reds and PAOK even started.
The single-member First Instance Disciplinary body also ruled on Monday that PAOK will have to play two home games without fans, while the match against Olympiakos was lost (3-0) on paper.
The ruling means PAOK go to 49 points on the table (5 behind current leaders AEK Athens), making the Athenian team a clear favourite to win the Super League title.
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