Ghana's No. 1

Scorer of Iconic EPL Volley Handed 8 Month Prison Sentence in Greece Over 2015 Crowd Trouble

Published on: 09 June 2017

​Olympiacos midfielder Pajtim Kasami and former manager Vitor Pereira have each been handed eight month suspended prison sentences after being found guilty of 'unprovoked insults' during an infamous game against AEK Athens in March 2015, reports in Greece have confirmed. The contest was a Greek Cup quarter-final tie between the fierce rivals, with a late goal from Olympiacos' Franco Jara leading Kasami and Pereira to go over the top in their celebration. Kasami and Pereira were ordered to pay...

Source: 90min.com

This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website.
Learn more