ATHENS, July 2 (Reuters) - After the Euro 2004 success story Greek soccer should now be entering a golden age.
Instead, the appalling state of the domestic game threatens
to take the shine off the national team's run to the final.
It was the ancient Greeks who invented the concept of chaos
and their modern counterparts have added a new dimension by
turning the nation's favourite pastime into a tragi-comedy.
Hooliganism, empty stadiums, bankrupt teams, unpaid players
and allegations of match-fixing ...