Goumas, who is a former Panathinaikos player, told sdna.gr that the postponement of the league does not change the situation in the long term future as these measures have been taken before without any effect.
The Greece Under-19 manager believes that Greek authorities must ban the fanatic supporters as well as the teams from playing in Europe if the riots in Greek football carry on.
“We must give heavy bans at last. Both for the clubs and for the supporters. The biggest problem is the hooligans and as long as the clubs are tolerant with them, the problem will become worse. In England they ban fans for life if they are involved in riots. So why don't we do the same? But the clubs must be critisiced as well. They can be warned by a potential ban from playing in European competitions. Then you'll see whether they will comply with the rules or not,” Goumas said to sdna.gr.
Goumas thinks that the three-point deduction that Panathinaikos received after the riots in the Olympiakos derby is a heavy ban, however this can be a dawn of a new era for the Greek football. “Panathinaikos's ban was a heavy one but let's hope that this is a start for a better future in Greek football. This decision will be right if respective bans will follow in the future,” Goumas underlined.