Trouble seems to follow unfortunate former Albion boss Oscar Garcia where ever he goes.

The Greek Super League has been indefinitely suspended after PAOK Salonika's president Ivan Savvidis caused the postponement of their clash against title rivals AEX Athens on Sunday by confronting the ref on the pitch with a gun in a hip holster after his team had a late goal ruled out for offside.

Oscar manages Olympiacos, second in the table behind leaders AEK following Sunday's 4-0 win at Platanios, with PAOK third.

The Spaniard needed hospital treatment last month for an internal lip bleed after he was hit by a toilet roll at PAOK, which prompted the game against Olympiacos to be postponed before kick-off.

Oscar's two spells with Maccabi Tel Aviv in Israel were curtailed by war concerns and political tensions, while his brief spell in charge of Watford was ended by a heart scare.

He steered Albion to the Championship play-offs in 2013-14 before quitting.