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Fabio Capello Fifth Highest-Paid Coach
23.12.2013 12:45
Fabio Capello Fifth Highest-Paid Coach
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Russia football team manager Fabio Capello has remained high at the top of the pay league, says the Daily Mail.

      Published by Sporting Intelligence, the figures reveal he’s in fifth place pocketing an estimated £6.51 million, just behind Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola, Jose Mourinho (£8.34 million, Chelsea), Arsene Wenger (Arsenal, £6.89 million), Marcelo Lippi (£8.34 million, Guangzhou).

      Fabio Capello has been instrumental in getting Russia to its first World Cup since 2002.

      Another highly-paid coach in the Russian football is also an Italian. Luciano Spalletti earns £2.75 for coaching Zenit St. Petersburg.

      Below is an excerpt from the Top 30 list:

      1 Pep Guardiola, Bayern Munich, £14.8m

      2 Jose Mourinho, Chelsea, £8.37m

      3 Marcelo Lippi, Guangzhou, £8.34m

      4 Arsene Wenger, Arsenal, £6.89m

      5 Fabio Capello, Russia, £6.51m

      6 Carlo Ancelotti, Real Madrid, £6.26m

      7 David Moyes, Man United, £4.92m

      8 Tata Martino, Barcelona, £4.5m

      9 Jurgen Klopp, Borussia Dortmund, £3.59m

      10 Manuel Pellegrini, Man City, £3.47m

      11 Jorge Jesus, Benfica, £3.34m

      12 Brendan Rodgers, Liverpool, £3.25m

      13 Sam Allardyce, West Ham, £2.95m

      13 Roy Hodgson, England, £2.95m

      15 Roberto Mancini, Galatasaray, £2.92m

      15 Rafa Benitez, Napoli, £2.92m

      17 Luciano Spaletti, Zenit, £2.75m. 




Author: Mikhail Vesely

Tags: Fabio Capello     

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