الرئيسيةعالمية#الفيفا يلاحق العنف في اليونان

سالونيكي -أ ف ب: تقدم رئيس نادي باوك سالونيكي، رجل الأعمال اليوناني-الروسي النافذ إيفان سافيديس، بـ “اعتذاراته” بخصوص دخوله متسلحا بمسدس على خصره الى أرض الملعب احتجاجا على قرار تحكيمي، بينما أعلن الاتحاد الدولي لكرة القدم (فيفا) إرسال وفد الى اليونان للبحث في مشاكل العنف المتواصلة في ملاعبها.

وكانت الحادثة التي حصلت في مباراة باوك وضيفه ايك أثينا ضمن الدوري اليوناني لكرة القدم، الحكومة اليونانية الى تعليق مباريات الدوري المحلي إلى أجل غير مسمى، بينما لوح الفيفا بتعليق عضوية اليونان.

وقال سافيديس في بيان وزعه ناديه “أريد أن أتقدم باعتذاراتي لمشجعي باوك، لجميع المشجعين اليونانيين والمجتمع الدولي لكرة القدم”.

أضاف “من الواضح أنه لم يكن لدي الحق في النزول الى أرضية الملعب”، مؤكدا أن هذا “التصرف العاطفي” كان بسبب “الوضع السلبي العام السائد في كرة القدم اليونانية مؤخرا”، وإلى “كل الأحداث غير المقبولة، وغير الرياضية، التي جرت في نهاية المباراة ضد نادي أيك أثينا.

وتابع “بما أن ذلك كان من الممكن أن يؤدي إلى تدهور الوضع، كان هدفي الوحيد هو حماية عشرات الآلاف من مشجعي باوك من الاستفزازات، وحتى من الضحايا البشرية”، مضيفا “صدقوني، لم تكن لدي نية التدخل في قرارات الحكام، وبالتأكيد لم أقم بتهديد أي أحد”، ولكن “للأسف عائلتي وأنا، وكذلك زملائي، كنا رهائن لبيئة كروية مريضة تماما”.

وقال “أنا أقاتل، وسأواصل القيام بذلك، على الرغم من الهجمات المستمرة، من أجل كرة قدم عادلة، وتحكيم صادق ومن أجل الفوز بالبطولات على أرضية الملعب وليس في المحاكم”.

Russian-born Greek businessman and owner of PAOK Salonika, Ivan Savvides (C), pictured with what appears to be a gun in a holster, enters the pitch after the referee annulled a goal of PAOK during their soccer match against AEK Athens in Toumba Stadium in Thessaloniki, Greece, March 11, 2018. Intimenews via REUTERS ATTENTION EDITORS – THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. NO RESALES. NO ARCHIVE. GREECE OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN GREECE.
Russian-born Greek businessman and owner of PAOK Salonika, Ivan Savvides (C), pictured with what appears to be a gun in a holster, enters the pitch after the referee annulled a goal of PAOK during their soccer match against AEK Athens in Toumba Stadium in Thessaloniki, Greece, March 11, 2018. Antonis Nicolopoulos/Eurokinissi via REUTERS ATTENTION EDITORS – THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. NO RESALES. NO ARCHIVE. GREECE OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN GREECE.
Russian-born Greek businessman and owner of PAOK Salonika, Ivan Savvides, pictured with what appears to be a gun in a holster, enters the pitch after the referee annulled a goal of PAOK during their soccer match against AEK Athens in Toumba Stadium in Thessaloniki, Greece, March 11, 2018. Intimenews via REUTERS ATTENTION EDITORS – THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. NO RESALES. NO ARCHIVE. GREECE OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN GREECE.
Russian-born Greek businessman and owner of PAOK Salonika, Ivan Savvides (C), pictured with what appears to be a gun in a holster, enters the pitch after the referee annulled a goal of PAOK during their soccer match against AEK Athens in Toumba Stadium in Thessaloniki, Greece, March 11, 2018. Picture taken March 11, 2018. Intimenews via REUTERS – ATTENTION EDITORS – THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. NO RESALES. NO ARCHIVE. GREECE OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN GREECE.
Russian-born Greek businessman and owner of PAOK Salonika, Ivan Savvides (C), pictured with what appears to be a gun in a holster, enters the pitch after the referee annulled a goal of PAOK during their soccer match against AEK Athens in Toumba Stadium in Thessaloniki, Greece, March 11, 2018. Picture taken March 11, 2018. Intimenews via REUTERS – ATTENTION EDITORS – THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. NO RESALES. NO ARCHIVE. GREECE OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN GREECE. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
Paok president Ivan Savvidis (C) takes to the pitch carrying a handgun in his waistband (below C), after the referee refused a last minute goal on March 11, 2018 during the Greek Superleague football match PAOK Thessaloniki vs AEK Athens on March 11, 2018 in Thessaloniki. The match between PAOK Thessaloniki and AEK Athens for the Greek Super League at Toumpa stadium has been temporarily stopped after the referee and his assistants were deliberating whether to allow or disallow a 90th minute goal for PAOK. / AFP / stringer
Paok president Ivan Savvidis (C) takes to the pitch carrying a handgun in his waistband (below C), after the referee refused a last minute goal on March 11, 2018 during the Greek Superleague football match PAOK Thessaloniki vs AEK Athens on March 11, 2018 in Thessaloniki. The match between PAOK Thessaloniki and AEK Athens for the Greek Super League at Toumpa stadium has been temporarily stopped after the referee and his assistants were deliberating whether to allow or disallow a 90th minute goal for PAOK. / AFP / stringer
Paok president Ivan Savvidis (C) is escorted out after taking to the pitch carrying a handgun in his waistband, after the referee refused a last minute goal on March 11, 2018 during the Greek Superleague football match PAOK Thessaloniki vs AEK Athens on March 11, 2018 in Thessaloniki. The match between PAOK Thessaloniki and AEK Athens for the Greek Super League at Toumpa stadium has been temporarily stopped after the referee and his assistants were deliberating whether to allow or disallow a 90th minute goal for PAOK. / AFP / SAKIS MITROLIDIS
Paok president Ivan Savvidis (C) reacts by the pitch, after the referee refused to allow PAOK a last minute goal on March 11, 2018 during the Greek Superleague football match PAOK Thessaloniki vs AEK Athens on March 11, 2018 in Thessaloniki. The match between PAOK Thessaloniki and AEK Athens for the Greek Super League at Toumpa stadium has been temporarily stopped after the referee and his assistants were deliberating whether to allow or disallow a 90th minute goal for PAOK. / AFP / SAKIS MITROLIDIS
A policeman (R) orders AEK defender Vassilis Lampropoulos (L) and other players to leave the pitch, during incidents following the referee’s decision to disallow PAOK a last minute goal on March 11, 2018 during the Greek Superleague football match PAOK Thessaloniki vs AEK Athens on March 11, 2018 in Thessaloniki. The match between PAOK Thessaloniki and AEK Athens for the Greek Super League at Toumpa stadium has been temporarily stopped after the referee and his assistants were deliberating whether to allow or disallow a 90th minute goal for PAOK. / AFP / SAKIS MITROLIDIS
AEK players leave the pitch after an interruption, during incidents following the referee’s decision to disallow PAOK a last minute goal on March 11, 2018 during the Greek Superleague football match PAOK Thessaloniki vs AEK Athens on March 11, 2018 in Thessaloniki. The match between PAOK Thessaloniki and AEK Athens for the Greek Super League at Toumpa stadium has been temporarily stopped after the referee and his assistants were deliberating whether to allow or disallow a 90th minute goal for PAOK. / AFP / SAKIS MITROLIDIS
Referees (R) and players stand in confusion on the pitch, during incidents following the referee’s decision to disallow PAOK an injury-time goal on March 11, 2018 during the Greek Superleague football match PAOK Thessaloniki vs AEK Athens on March 11, 2018 in Thessaloniki. / AFP / SAKIS MITROLIDIS
AEK Athens players argue with the referee during injury-time on March 11, 2018 during the Greek Superleague football match PAOK Thessaloniki vs AEK Athens on March 11, 2018 in Thessaloniki. / AFP / SAKIS MITROLIDIS
AEK’s Swedish midfielder Niklas Hult (R) outruns PAOK’s forward Dimitris Limnios during the Greek Superleague football match PAOK Thessaloniki vs AEK Athens on March 11, 2018 in Thessaloniki. / AFP / SAKIS MITROLIDIS
PAOK’s Romanian head coach Razvan Lucescu (L) and AEK’s Spanish coach Manolo Jimenez (R) talk within the Greek Superleague football match PAOK Thessaloniki vs AEK Athens on March 11, 2018 in Thessaloniki. / AFP / SAKIS MITROLIDIS
TOPSHOT – Paok president Ivan Savvidis (C) takes to the pitch carrying a handgun in his waistband (below C), after the referee refused a last minute goal on March 11, 2018 during the Greek Superleague football match PAOK Thessaloniki vs AEK Athens on March 11, 2018 in Thessaloniki. The match between PAOK Thessaloniki and AEK Athens for the Greek Super League at Toumpa stadium has been temporarily stopped after the referee and his assistants were deliberating whether to allow or disallow a 90th minute goal for PAOK. / AFP / stringer
TOPSHOT – Paok president Ivan Savvidis (C) takes to the pitch carrying a handgun in his waistband (below C), after the referee refused a last minute goal on March 11, 2018 during the Greek Superleague football match PAOK Thessaloniki vs AEK Athens on March 11, 2018 in Thessaloniki. The match between PAOK Thessaloniki and AEK Athens for the Greek Super League at Toumpa stadium has been temporarily stopped after the referee and his assistants were deliberating whether to allow or disallow a 90th minute goal for PAOK. / AFP / stringer
TOPSHOT – Paok president Ivan Savvidis (C) is escorted out after taking to the pitch carrying a handgun in his waistband, after the referee refused a last minute goal on March 11, 2018 during the Greek Superleague football match PAOK Thessaloniki vs AEK Athens on March 11, 2018 in Thessaloniki. The match between PAOK Thessaloniki and AEK Athens for the Greek Super League at Toumpa stadium has been temporarily stopped after the referee and his assistants were deliberating whether to allow or disallow a 90th minute goal for PAOK. / AFP / SAKIS MITROLIDIS
Paok president Ivan Savvidis (C) takes to the pitch carrying a handgun in his waistband (below C), after the referee refused a last minute goal on March 11, 2018 during the Greek Superleague football match PAOK Thessaloniki vs AEK Athens on March 11, 2018 in Thessaloniki. The match between PAOK Thessaloniki and AEK Athens for the Greek Super League at Toumpa stadium has been temporarily stopped after the referee and his assistants were deliberating whether to allow or disallow a 90th minute goal for PAOK. / AFP / stringer
Paok president Ivan Savvidis (C) takes to the pitch carrying a handgun in his waistband (below C), after the referee refused a last minute goal on March 11, 2018 during the Greek Superleague football match PAOK Thessaloniki vs AEK Athens on March 11, 2018 in Thessaloniki. The match between PAOK Thessaloniki and AEK Athens for the Greek Super League at Toumpa stadium has been temporarily stopped after the referee and his assistants were deliberating whether to allow or disallow a 90th minute goal for PAOK. / AFP / stringer
TOPSHOT – Paok president Ivan Savvidis (C) takes to the pitch carrying a handgun in his waistband (below C), after the referee refused a last minute goal on March 11, 2018 during the Greek Superleague football match PAOK Thessaloniki vs AEK Athens on March 11, 2018 in Thessaloniki. The match between PAOK Thessaloniki and AEK Athens for the Greek Super League at Toumpa stadium has been temporarily stopped after the referee and his assistants were deliberating whether to allow or disallow a 90th minute goal for PAOK. / AFP / stringer
A picture taken on March 11, 2018, shows PAOK president Ivan Savvidis watching the Greek Superleague football match between PAOK Thessaloniki and AEK Athens at the Toumba Stadium in Thessaloniki. The president of Greek club PAOK on March 13 apologised after storming onto the pitch with a holstered gun tucked in his belt, an incident that prompted the indefinite suspension of the championship. / AFP / SAKIS MITROLIDIS
A picture taken on March 11, 2018, shows PAOK’s supporters gesturing and cheering during the Greek Superleague football match between PAOK Thessaloniki and AEK Athens at the Toumba Stadium in Thessaloniki. The president of Greek club PAOK on March 13 apologised after storming onto the pitch with a holstered gun tucked in his belt, an incident that prompted the indefinite suspension of the championship. / AFP / SAKIS MITROLIDIS
A picture taken on October 6, 2017 shows Greek-Russian businessman an president of PAOK Thessaloniki football club Ivan Savvidis (L) posing with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras during the Thessaloniki Summit 2017. The president of Greek club PAOK on March 13 apologised after storming onto the pitch with a holstered gun tucked in his belt, an incident that prompted the indefinite suspension of the championship.
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A picture taken on May 6, 2017, shows PAOK’s Greek-Russian president Ivan Savvidis (C) holding the trophy after the cup-final match between PAOK Thessaloniki and AEK Athens in Volos. The president of Greek club PAOK on March 13 apologised after storming onto the pitch with a holstered gun tucked in his belt, an incident that prompted the indefinite suspension of the championship. / AFP / Sakis Mitrolidis
A picture taken on May 6, 2017, shows PAOK’s Greek-Russian president Ivan Savvidis holding the trophy after the cup-final match between PAOK Thessaloniki and AEK Athens in Volos. The president of Greek club PAOK on March 13 apologised after storming onto the pitch with a holstered gun tucked in his belt, an incident that prompted the indefinite suspension of the championship. / AFP / Sakis Mitrolidis
A picture taken on May 6, 2017, shows PAOK’s Greek-Russian president Ivan Savvidis watching the cup-final match between PAOK Thessaloniki and AEK Athens in Volos. The president of Greek club PAOK on March 13 apologised after storming onto the pitch with a holstered gun tucked in his belt, an incident that prompted the indefinite suspension of the championship. / AFP / SAKIS MITROLIDIS
A picture taken in Athens on March 13, 2018 shows frontpages of daily newspapers bearing titles related to a football incident. The president of Greek club PAOK on Macrh 13 apologised after storming onto the pitch with a holstered gun tucked in his belt, an incident that prompted the indefinite suspension of the championship. / AFP / LOUISA GOULIAMAKI

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