Diego Maradona: I'm no tax fraud
Tuesday 26 February 2013
Diego Maradona has returned to Naples to plead his innocence over €40m (£32m) in taxes the authorities claim he owes from his time playing for Napoli between 1984-1991.
Hundreds of supporters greeted him at Naples airport. "I didn't kill anyone," Maradona said. "I'm here to seek justice. I am not a tax fraudster."
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