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BANGED UP: The former head of Germany's main World Cup football stadium has been jailed for four-and-a-half years for taking a bribe from a contractor for inside information during bidding on the job. Karl-Heinz Wildmoser was found guilty of corruption by a Munich court last week following allegations that he had accepted £1.9 million from Austrian builder Alpine for information during bidding.Mr Wildmoser was dismissed from the £200 million Allianz Arena job last year.The stadium opens for its first matches later this month and will be home to local rivals Bayern Munich and 1860 Munich next season.