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PAOK pins hopes on OTT platform despite revenue falling short of broadcast offer

A PAOK Thessaloniki football club supporter holds a flag while riding a scooter during a demonstration in in Thessaloniki on January 30, 2020. - Greek Super League leaders Paok Thessaloniki and Xanthi face the threat of relegation from the top flight after the independent Professional Sports Commission on January 27 said the two clubs illegally share common ownership. The Greek prime minister speaking in Parliament on January 30 said the government would not hesitate to suspend the championship. (Photo by Sakis MITROLIDIS / AFP) (Photo by SAKIS MITROLIDIS/AFP via Getty Images)

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