In February, the match left in a semi-final in the Greek Cup between basketball players of two grandmothers & # 39; Olympiacos & # 39; after playing half-time against Athens & # 39; & # 39; Panathinaikos & # 39; the contest in protest against the jury members. The unit represented by John Timma at the time received the most severe penalty: six points in the general classification of the Greek championship. The unit said the "Panthinaikos" principle will continue to play in the event that foreign judges are appointed.
The incident resumed with new energy as force, as next Wednesday's game, where Olympiacos had to take Promitheas, was named after Panagiotis Anasotopouls, one of the judges, who reviewed the game in February. Previously, the Piraeus team had also emphasized that it would no longer play under the supervision of the presiding judges.
According to the Greek media, Olympiacos is likely to be boycotted by this game, but it means the automatic withdrawal of the unit to the second class of the championship.
The game against Promitheas will be in the final round of the regular season. Although "Olympiacos" lost three times in the Greek championship this season, it is only seventh in the general classification because it received an eight-point penalty for not having finished the game. Meanwhile, with one loss, Panathinaikos is the leader in overall assessment.
The Sagittarius will no longer play this season due to trauma, while Timma was unable to become part of the Olympiacos and is currently being rented to a Russian unit in the Khimki area in Moscow.