Greek soccer officials in refereeing probe to face prosecutor on Sept 15

Eleven soccer officials were on Wednesday given until September 15 before they have to face prosecutor Aristidis Koreas, who is investigating allegations that the draws to decide which match officials were appointed to referee games in Greece’s Super League were fixed.

The 11, who include Hellenic Football Federation chief Michalis Sarris and chairman of Greek champion Olympiakos Vangelis Marinakis, were due to be questioned on Wednesday but asked for more time to prepare their depositions.

A council of misdemeanor judges recently granted Koreas the right to have access to suspects’ telephone records.

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