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A Spanish newspaper shows the salaries of technicians

Hansi Flick is Germany’s coach in the first match in opposition to Japan. Photo: Markus Gilliar – GES Sportfoto/Getty Images

This Wednesday (23), the Spanish newspaper sport launched the annual salaries of world cup coaches. The figures vary from R$726 thousand to R$36.3 million. For selection, Europe occupies “Top 3” from this rating.

German Hansi-Flick tops this listing with a wage of 6.5 million euros, which in actual phrases is quoted at 36.3 million. England captain Gareth Southgate is second with earnings of €5.8 million (R$32.3 million at this level). French coach Didier Deschamps closes the Top 3 with €3.8 million (R$21.2 million).

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Tite is the first non-European as chief and fourth general with the sum of 20 million reais, in keeping with Sport’s calculations. African trio Jalel Kadri (Tunisia), Rigobert Song (Cameroon) and Aliou Cisse (Senegal) kind the “staff of the modest” with salaries of 130 thousand euros (726 thousand R$), 1.7 million reals and 1.8 million R$ , respectively.

Check the listing:

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

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

third – Didier Deschamps (France) – €3.8 million (R$21.2 million)

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

fifth – Louis Van Gaal (Netherlands) – €2.9 million (R$16.1 million)

sixth – Gerardo Martino (Mexico) – €2.9 million (R$16.1 million)

seventh – Lionel Scaloni (Argentina) – €2.6 million (R$14.5 million)

eighth – Felix Sanchez (Qatar) – €2.4 million (13.4 million)

ninth – Fernando Santos (Portugal) – €2.2 million (R$12.2 million)

tenth – Murat Yakin (Switzerland) – €1.6 million (R$8.9 million)

eleventh – Paulo Bento (South Korea) – €1.3 million (R$7.2 million)

twelfth – Graham Arnold (Australia) – €1.3 million (R$7.2 million)

thirteenth – Greg Berhalter (USA) – €1.25 million (R$6.9 million)

14th – Roberto Martinez (Belgium) – €1.2 million (R$6.7 million)

fifteenth – Luis Enrique (Spain) – €1.15 million (6.4 million)

sixteenth – Kasper Hulmand (Denmark) – €1.15 million (6.4 million)

seventeenth – Herve Renard (Saudi Arabia) – €1.1 million (R$6.1 million)

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

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

twentieth – Diego Alonso (Uruguay) – €680k (R$4.8m)

twenty first – Gustavo Alfaro (Ecuador) – €770k (R$4.3m)

twenty second – Dragan Stojkovic (Serbia) – €650k (R$3.6m)

twenty third – Carlos Queiroz (Iran) – €650k (R$3.6m)

twenty fourth – Zlatko Dalic (Croatia) – €550k (R$3m)

twenty fifth – Czeslaw Michniewicz (Poland) – 500 thousand euros (R$ 2.7 million)

twenty sixth – John Herdman (Canada) – €480k (R$2.6m)

twenty seventh – Otto Addo (Ghana) – €400k (R$2.2m)

twenty eighth – Robert Page (Wales) – €380k (R$2.1m)

twenty ninth – Luis Fernando (Costa Rica) – €350k (R$1.9m)

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

thirty first – Aliou Cisse (Senegal) – 310 thousand euros (1.7 million)

thirty second – Jael Kadri (Tunisia) – 130 thousand euros (R$ 726 thousand)

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