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Bayern chief's tax dodge 'millions more' than admitted

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The legal troubles of Bayern Munich boss Uli Hoeness deepened on Tuesday as the alleged scale of his tax fraud grew by millions more in a high-profile trial in Germany. 

Uli Hoeness President of German first division Bundesliga football club Bayern Munich, waits for the start of the second day of his trial at the regional court in Munich, southern Germany, on March 11, 2014

Hoeness, who is fighting to avoid a jail term, now stands accused of having dodged 27.2 million euros ($37.6 million) in taxes by hiding his wealth in secret Swiss bank accounts.

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