Luiz Felipe Scolari
World cup winning Brazilian coach is the highest paid coach at this moment in football. After losing his job at
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Just three years back in 2006, Jose Mourinho was the highest paid coach in the football world when he was the boss of English club Chelsea. The current Inter Milan manager is now earning €11m per season which is the second highest salary paid to a soccer coach at this moment. In return, Mourinho also delivered success as he guided Inter Milan to win the Serie A title in 2008-09 season, his first season at San Siro.
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Coach of several successes, Fabio Capello is one of the two coaches in this list who are managing a national team, rather than a club. He is the current manger of
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Sir Alex Ferguson
Sir Alex Ferguson comes fourth in the list of highest paid soccer coaches in the world with his €7 million salary per season at Manchester United.
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Former Intern Milan manager Roberto Mancini is still getting paid an amount of €6 million by Inter Milan, even though he was sacked by the Italian giants in 2008 after his negative comment following his side’s defeat to
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Carlo Ancelotti is the current manager of English club Chelsea. He is currently earning €6 million after his Summer move to the
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Louis van Gaal
Bayern Munich is currently paying €5.2 million to their coach Louis van Gaal who joined the German giants in Summer 2009. The 58-year-old former
Louis van Gaal
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Hiddink is the second coach in the list who is now at the helm of a national team. The Dutch manager is currently guiding
Under Hiddink, South Korea reached 2002 world cup semi final, first Asian country to do so, and Australia qualified for 2006 world cup, which was their first world cup appearance in 32 years. During his tenure, PSV Eindhoven won a prestigious treble as the club won Dutch League, Dutch Cup and Champions League (formerly known as European cup).
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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is one of the most popular coaches of today’s football. He is best known for his ability to nurture young talents and help them flourish their potential. For example, Thierry Hendy became a legend in Arsenal under his guidance, though he was not a very highly-rated player when he joined Arsenal in 1997. The same thing happened to Cesc Fabregas who was picked up by Arsenal scouts in 2003 when he was at
So, no doubt, Arsene Wenger has an eye to pick up talented players and ability to bring out the best of them. Considering his quality as a manager, Wenger should have earned more than €4.8 million, an amount he is earning at Arsenal at this moment. In fact, Wenger was approached by Real Madrid with a lucrative offer in Summer 2009, but the French manager decided to stay at Arsenal as he thought his job at the club had not finished. Wenger joined Arsenal in 1996 from Nagoya Grampus Eight.
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