Integrity in Sport Update: Greek professional football league suspends games following violent attack of official
Matches in the Greek professional soccer leagues have been suspended indefinitely following the violent attack on Christoforos Zografos, assistant director of the Central Refereeing Committee (KED). Zografos was beaten with wooden clubs by two men on a motorcycle in Western Athens. Olympiakos Piraeus president Evangelos Marinakis said he had vital information about the attack on Zografos which he would give to the police and Greek soccer chiefs.
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