"God's elect" employees in Parliament are not satisfied with the decision, although their counterparts in the Ministry of Finance were not included in the common payroll table and kept the great number of privileges they had before.
Olympiakos believes that lawyer Alexis Kougias, president of opposing team Panahaiki, was the initiator of the clashes. At the same time, he and former boss of Olympiakos Volos were summoned by the police because of the match-fixing scandal.
Villa Amalia is a neoclassical building on the corner of Acharnon and Hevden Streets in the Greek capital city. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, the abandoned building began to be used as a meeting place for young people with "alternative" ideas on the Western European squads’ principle.