Police clashed with fans ahead of the match between Panathinaikos FC and Olympiakos over the weekend.
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ATHENS, Greece — Organizers of Greece’s top-flight league say an executive meeting has been broken up after officials from rivals Olympiakos and Panathinaikos were involved in a brawl.
The officials said Tuesday’s meeting was called off following the incident. Panathinaikos official Vassilis Constantinou, a former national team goalkeeper, walked out of the meeting holding his lower lip, and told reporters he had been punched by an Olympiakos security guard.
Olympiakos made no immediate comment.
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The incident followed violence at a weekend game between the two clubs, when Panathinaikos fans hurled flares, rocks and bottles at Olympiakos officials.
Panathinaikos won the match 2-1 to close the gap with leader Olympiakos to three points.