The Greek government has suspended the country’s top football league indefinitely in an attempt to crack down on violence.
The action follows weekend clashes between Olympiakos and Panathinaikos fans, and a brawl between club officials at a board meeting of league organisers on Tuesday.
The Greek league has already been suspended twice this season because of football-related violence. Newly-elected ruling party Syriza have pledged to stamp out the problem.
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