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Salaries of all 32 coaches at the FIFA World Cup - Top three highest paid knocked out in Group Stage


Salaries of all 32 coaches at the FIFA World Cup - Top three highest paid knocked out in Group Stage

Fabio Capello is the highest paid coach at the World Cup.

How much do the coaches of all 32 World Cup teams earn per year? 

In a shocking revelation, the highest paid manager at the World Cup – Russia coach Fabio Capello – earns almost twice as much as the next best paid manager – England’s Roy Hodgson.

Capello earns £6.7m per year (approximately US $11.4 million) while Hodgson earns close to £3.5m (approximately US $5.9 million) per year.

Italy’s Cesare Prandelli is the second Italian in the top three with a salary of £2.58m per year (approximately US $4.4 million).

None of these three teams they managed have qualified for the Round of 16. 

In all, 19 coaches earn at least $1 million per year. Out of the top 10 coaches, only 5 of their teams have qualified for the knockout stages. 

Miguel Herrera, arguably the most passionate coach at the World Cup, earns a paltry $209K per year according to the Daily Mail. In other words, Capello earns more than 50 times what Herrera earns in a year! 

1 Russia Fabio Capello $11.4m
2 England Roy Hodgson $5.9m
3 Italy Cesare Prandelli $4.4m
4 Brazil (Q) Luiz Felipe Scolari $3.9m
5 Switzerland (Q) Ottmar Hitzfeld $3.7m
6 Germany (Q) Joachim Low $3.6m
7 Spain Vicente Del Bosque $3.3m
8 Netherlands (Q) Louis Van Gaal $2.73m
9 Japan Alberto Zaccheroni $2.72m
10 USA (Q) Juergen Klinsmann $2.6m
11 France (Q) Didier Deschamps $2.16m
12 Portugal Paulo Bento $2.16m
13 Iran Carlos Quieroz $2.09m
14 Chile (Q) Jorge Sampaoli $1.7m
15 Colombia (Q) Jose Pekerman $1.6m
16 Australia Ange Postecoglou $1.29m
17 Uruguay (Q) Oscar Tabarez $1.25m
18 Ivory Coast Sabri Lamouchi $1.03m
19 Algeria (Q) Vahid Halihodzic $1m
20 Belgium (Q) Marc Wilmots $864K
  Greece (Q) Fernando Santos $864K
22 Argentina (Q) Alejandro Sabella $818K
23 South Korea Hong Myung-Bo $795K
24 Honduras Luis Fernando Suarez $629K
25 Ecuador Renaldo Rueda $566K
26 Costa Rica (Q) Jorge Luis Pinto $440K
27 Cameroon Volker Finke $394K
28 Nigeria (Q) Stephen Keshi $392K
29 Bosnia & Herzegovina Safet Susic $352K
30 Croatia Niko Kovac $271K
31 Ghana James Kwesi Appiah $251K
32 Mexico (Q) Miguel Herrera $209K

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