LIST: Highest paid coaches in World Cup 2018

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Highest paid coaches in World Cup 2018 Joachim Löw

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Who are the highest paid coaches in World Cup 2018? Best paid managers in the World Cup 2018? We already know that football players around the world earn big amounts. From Lionel Messi’s salary, until it earns Cristiano Ronaldo – which are huge sums. The two superstars collect wages that many of us can not even dream about. But the fact is that they are not the only ones in this great football world that are good. But here we look at the Highest paid coaches in World Cup 2018.

It is clear that the players make a lot of money. But how much do the managers in the World Cup get? We already know that big managers like Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola pick up a big paycheck every month. But who are the best paid coaches in the World Cup 2018?

Best paid national team managers in the World Cup 2018

Highest paid coaches in World Cup 2018

List: Here are the Highest paid coaches in World Cup 2018

For those who want to read more about the World Cup 2018, check out our other articles.  We will look at the results of the World Cup, all TV times for the World Cup 2018 among other things.

Now, however, all focus is on going through the 32 coaches that will be on the sidelines. Now let’s see what the World Cup coaches are doing. We are looking at all 32 coaches in the World Cup and their salaries. Then we will look at the top 10 highest paid coaches in World Cup 2018. The wages are in euros and it is what the coaches earn in their annual salary.

All 32 coaches in World Cup 2018- Annual salary

32. Aliou Cisse, Senegal -€200,000
31. Adam Nawalka, Poland -€270,000
30. Mladen Krstajic, Serbia – -€300,000
29. Oscar Ramirez, Costa Rica -€350,000
28. Nabil Maaloul, Tunisia – €350,000
27. Hernan Dario Gomez, Panama – €400,000
26. Shin Yae-young, South Korea – €450,000
25. Janne Andersson, Sweden – €450,000
24. Germot Rohr, Nigeria – €500,000
22. Zlatko Dalic, Croatia -€550,000
21. Heimir Hallgrimson, Iceland – €700,000
20. Herve Renard, Morocco -€780,000
19. Vladimir Petkovic, Switzerland -€850,000
18. Roberto Martinez, Belgium – €1 million
17. Vahid Halilhodzic, Japan – €1 million
16. Åge Hereide, Denmark – €1 million
15. Juan Carlos Osorio, Mexico – €1.05 million
14. Ricardo Gareca, Peru –  €1.15 million
13. Bert van Marwijk, Australia – €1.25 million
12. Jose Pekerman, Colombia – €1.5 million
11. Hector Cuper, Egypt – €1.5 million

Click next to find out who the Top 10 are! 

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