Italians among top paid Coaches

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Post by DeviAngel Tue Nov 27, 2012 7:55 pm

There are seven Italians in the list of the 30 top paid Coaches in the world, including Carlo Ancelotti, Fabio Capello and Antonio Conte.

Jose Mourinho came out on top with his €15.3m wages at Real Madrid, followed by Ancelotti at Paris Saint-Germain on €13.5m.

The second Italian in the top three is Marcello Lippi on €10m per season at Chinese club Guangzhou Evergrande.

Capello is the top-earning international manager in the world thanks to his €7.8m wages in Russia.

The other Italians in the list are Manchester City’s Roberto Mancini, Zenit boss Luciano Spalletti, Juventus manager Conte and Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli.

1. Jose Mourinho (Real Madrid €15.3m)
2. Carlo Ancelotti (PSG €13.5m)
3. Marcello Lippi (Guangzhou Evergrande €10m)
4. Alex Ferguson (Manchester United €9.4m)
5. Arsene Wenger (Arsenal €9.3m)
6. Guus Hiddink (Anzhi €8.3m)
7. Fabio Capello (Russia €7.8m)
8. Tito Vilanova (Barcelona €7m)
9. Jose' Antonio Camacho (China €5.9m), Roberto Mancini (Manchester City €5.9m)
11. Frank Rijkaard (UAE €5.3m)
12. Jupp Heynckes (Bayern Munich €5.2m)
13. André Villas Boas (Tottenham €4.5m)
14. Harry Redknapp (Queens Park Rangers €4m)
14. Jorge Jesus (Benfica €4m)
16. David Moyes (Everton €3.6m), Manuel Pellegrini (Malaga €3.6m), Paulo Autuori (Qatar €3.6m)
19. Abel Braga (Fluminense €3.5m)
20. Luciano Spaletti (Zenit €3.3m)
21. Antonio Conte (Juventus €3m), Cesare Prandelli (Italy €3m), Vanderlei Luxemburgo (Gremio €3m), Muricy Ramalho (Santos €3m), Tite (Corinthians €3m)
26. Ottmar Hitzfeld (Switzerland €2.6m)
27. Joachim Loew (Germany €2.5m), Marcelo Bielsa (Athletic Bilbao €2.5m), Martin O'Neil (Sunderland €2.5m), Roy Hodgson (England €2.5m)
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Post by TPSPriceless Wed Nov 28, 2012 1:41 pm

I guess it makes sense with the financial crisis in Italy. All the coaches on that list who are currently managing an Italian club are under-paid in comparison to coaches from other leagues, especially Prandelli who's coaching the NT should be paid more.

Any sources btw? Last I heard Vilanova was earning more than Wenger and SAF.
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