Kostas Katsoulis, a 46 year-old supporter of fourth divison club, Ethnikos Piraeus, lost his life two weeks after a clash with fans of the opposing team. Doctors confirmed him dead due to complications suffered in the attack which led to a brain haemorrhage
The Greek government has postponed sports competition due to the death of a football fan, after he suffered head injuries in a clash with some fans of an opposing team
Kostas Katsoulis, 46, an Ethnikos Piraeus fan was confirmed dead in the hospital, from a brain haemorrhage two weeks after the clash with rival fans at a third division match in Crete.
The reports state that four people have already been charged with murder following the September 15
The country’s deputy minister for culture and sports said the decision had been made "as a small token of respect to the memory of Kostas Katsoulis."
Other sporting events like basketball and handball matches have all been postponed, with football.