Spanish newspaper shows salaries of technicians

Hansi Flick coaches Germany in their opener against Japan.  Photo: Markus Gilliar - GES Sportfoto/Getty Images

Hansi Flick coaches Germany in their opener against Japan. Photo: Markus Gilliar – GES Sportfoto/Getty Images

This Wednesday (23), the Spanish newspaper sport released the annual salaries of World Cup coaches. The figures range from R$ 726 thousand to R$ 36.3 million. For a change, Europe occupies the “Top 3” of this ranking.

The German Hansi-Flick heads this list with a salary of 6.5 million euros, which in reais is quoted at 36.3 million. English commander Gareth Southgate is second with a receipt of 5.8 million euros (R$ 32.3 million at this time). French coach Didier Deschamps closes the Top 3 with 3.8 million euros (R$ 21.2 million).

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Tite is the first non-European as leader and fourth in the overall ranking with the amount of 20 million reais, according to Sport’s calculation. The African trio Jalel Kadri (Tunisia), Rigobert Song (Cameroon) and Aliou Cissé (Senegal) form the “team of the humble” with salaries of 130 thousand euros (R$ 726 thousand), 1.7 million reais and R$ 1 .8 million, respectively.

Check the list:

1st – Hansi-Flick (Germany) – 6.5 million euros (R$ 36.3 million)

2nd – Gareth Southgate (England) – 5.8 million euros (R$ 32.3 million)

3rd – Didier Deschamps (France) – 3.8 million euros (R$ 21.2 million)

4th – Tite (Brazil) – 3.6 million euros (R$ 20 million)

5th – Louis Van Gaal (Netherlands) – 2.9 million euros (R$ 16.1 million)

6th – Gerardo Martino (Mexico) – 2.9 million euros (R$ 16.1 million)

7th – Lionel Scaloni (Argentina) – 2.6 million euros (R$ 14.5 million)

8th – Félix Sánchez (Qatar) – 2.4 million euros (13.4 million)

9th – Fernando Santos (Portugal) – 2.2 million euros (R$ 12.2 million)

10th – Murat Yakin (Switzerland) – 1.6 million euros (R$ 8.9 million)

11th – Paulo Bento (South Korea) – 1.3 million euros (R$ 7.2 million)

12th – Graham Arnold (Australia) – 1.3 million euros (R$ 7.2 million)

13th – Gregg Berhalter (United States) – 1.25 million euros (R $ 6.9 million)

14th – Roberto Martínez (Belgium) – 1.2 million euros (R$ 6.7 million)

15th – Luis Enrique (Spain) – 1.15 million euros (6.4 million)

16th – Kasper Hjulmand (Denmark) – 1.15 million euros (6.4 million)

17th – Herve Renard (Saudi Arabia) – 1.1 million euros (R$ 6.1 million)

18th – Hajime Moriyasu (Japan) – 1 million euros (R$ 5.5 million)

19th – Walid Regragui (Morocco) – 920 thousand euros (R$ 5.1 million)

20th – Diego Alonso (Uruguay) – 680 thousand euros (R$ 4.8 million)

21st – Gustavo Alfaro (Ecuador) – 770 thousand euros (R$ 4.3 million)

22nd – Dragan Stojkovic (Serbia) – 650 thousand euros (R$ 3.6 million)

23rd – Carlos Queiroz (Iran) – 650 thousand euros (R$ 3.6 million)

24th – Zlatko Dalic (Croatia) – 550 thousand euros (R$ 3 million)

25th – Czeslaw Michniewicz (Poland) – 500 thousand euros (R$ 2.7 million)

26th – John Herdman (Canada) – 480 thousand euros (R$ 2.6 million)

27th – Otto Addo (Ghana) – 400 thousand euros (R$ 2.2 million)

28th – Robert Page (Wales) – 380 thousand euros (R$ 2.1 million)

29th – Luis Fernando (Costa Rica) – 350 thousand euros (R$ 1.9 million)

30th – Rigobert Song (Cameroon) – 340 thousand euros (R$ 1.8 million)

31st – Aliou Cissé (Senegal) – 310 thousand euros (1.7 million)

32nd – Jael Kadri (Tunisia) – 130 thousand euros (R$ 726 thousand)

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