Greek giants face relegation threat

January 23, 2003
By Daniel Howden

ATHENS Jan 23 (Reuters) - The financial crisis in Greek soccer deepened on Thursday as two of the biggest teams in the country were threatened with relegation over transfer debts.

AEK Athens and PAOK Salonika were given 30 days to pay up or be docked six league points and if they fail to pay after that be dropped a division.

'In the instance that AEK (and PAOK) do not make the payment, after the docking of points, they will be relegated,' the Greek FA (EPO) said ...

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