Defendants in the match-fixing case that has rocked Greek professional football will be called to testify within the next few days, judicial sources said on Wednesday.
The first of the 68 defendants, facing felony and misdemeanour charges, will receive summonses most likely on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, alleged bookmaker Vassilis Geortsiakos was released with restrictions following his testimony. Geortsiakos was released on a 30,000-euro bail, and is banned from leaving the country.