The abysmal difference in salaries between the 32 CdM coaches

In the most atypical World Cup in history, the one currently taking place in Qatar, there is a competition within the competition, namely that of coaches. But at another level, that of the salaries of the best paid coaches.

Indeed, the coaches who prepare their selections as well as possible to hope to tread the lawn of the Lusail stadium on the evening of December 18, where the final will take place, or at least to have the best possible course for their players, are not all housed in the same boat at the end of the month or at the end of the year when they manage to wrap it up.

Our national coach Walid Regragui is the best paid African coach with 756,000 euros and a few crumbs, and is positioned in 24th position. The second highest paid African coach is that of Ghana, the Irishman Chris Hughton with 400,000 euros.

In this little game of calculating each other’s salaries, it is Germany that comes first in terms of the best paid coaches while Tunisia is last in the list of 32 and the difference is simply abysmal. .

Judge! The first is the German Dieter Flick who receives an annual salary of 6.5 million euros. It far exceeds the 2.65 million euros that his predecessor Joachim Low received. The Tunisian Jalel Kadri, is the “dunce” (so to speak) of the best paid coaches of this world. The unfortunate only cashes in a year 130 thousand euros, if we trust the ranking of the Euromericas Sport Marketing agency, but that does not detract from his qualities..

The podium is completed by the Englishman Gareth Southgate (England) (6,250,000) and the Frenchman Didier Deschamps (France) (4,900,000). The top five is completed by Tite (Brazil) and Louis Van Gaal (Netherlands) with 3.6 and 2.9 million respectively.

They are eighteen (18) coaches to receive a salary of more than one million euros per year. Among those in sixth position appears the Argentinian Gerardo Martino or Tata Martino for those close to him who watches over the destiny of Mexico. He is the highest paid coach of Concacaf, with 2.9 million euros in income per year.

Spaniard Félix Sanchez Bas (Qatar) with 2.4 million euros and Portuguese Fernando Santos (Portugal) with 2.25 million euros and Turkish-Swiss Murat Yakın (Switzerland) with 1.6 million euros respectively complete the ranking of the top ten highest paid coaches.

We find in this top 18 renowned coaches the Spaniard Luis Enrique (Spain) at the 16th place with 1.15 million euros or the Frenchman Hervé Renard (Saudi Arabia) with 1.1 million euros.

Coming back to Africa, Rigobert Song – Cameroon with 340,000 euros and Aliou Cissé Senegal with 310,000 euros and are respectively ranked 30th and 31th.

38% of technicians come from five countries: Argentina (3) and Spain are the most represented, with Enrique, Sanchez Bas and Roberto Martinez (Belgium) 14th and which receives 1.2 million euros annually, .

The 2022 World Cup will be the one that will bring the most money to the teams with an increase of 40 million dollars compared to the Russian world of 2018, which already at the time had been increased by 12% compared to the Cup of the world in Brazil.

Here is the ranking

Hans-Dieter Flick – Germany – €6.5 million

Gareth Southgate – England – €5.8m

Didier Deschamps -France- 3.8 million euros

Tite -Brazil- 3.6 million euros

Louis van Gaal -Netherlands- 2.9 million euros

Gerardo Martino -Mexico – 2.9 million euros

Lionel Scaloni – Argentina – €2.6m

Félix Sánchez Bas – Qatar – 2.4 million euros

Fernando Santos – Portugal – €2.25 million

Murat Yakın -Switzerland-with 1.6 million euros

Paulo Bento – South Korea – 1.3 million euros

Graham Arnold – Australia – €1.3 million

Gregg Berhalter – United States – €1.25m

Roberto Martínez – Belgium – €1.2 million

Kasper Hjulmand – Denmark – €1.15m

Luis Enrique – Spain – €1.15 million

Hervé Renard – Saudi Arabia – 1.1 million euros

Hajime Moriyasu – Japan – €1.05m

Diego Alonso – Uruguay – €860,000

Gustavo J. Alfaro – Ecuador – 770,000 euros

Walid Regragui – Morocco €756,000

Dragan Stojković – Serbia – 650 thousand euros

Dragan Skočić – Iran – 650,000 euros

Zlatko Dalic – Croatia – €550,000

Czesław Michniewicz – Poland – 500,000 euros

John Herdman – Canada – €480,000

Chris Hughton – Ghana – €400,000

Rob Page – Wales – €380,000

Luis F. Suarez – Costa Rica – €350,000

Rigobert Song – Cameroon – 340,000 euros

Aliou Cissé – Senegal – 310,000 euros

Jalel Kadri – Tunisia – 130,000 euros

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