Monday, 27 August 2012

Top Highest Paid Managers In England

Some Fulham fans may have scoffed when Mark Hughes, who left the Cottagers last year because he felt they couldn't match his ambition, joined struggling QPR, but the Welshman has landed himself a bumper £3million annual salary. The new Rangers boss could also bank a £1m bonus if he keeps the Hoops up this season, making him one of the highest paid managers in English football. 

Counts down the 10 highest paid managers in English football…

The Glaswegian joined Everton in 2002 and has since proved to be one of the League's most reliable managers and this longevity - he's the third longest serving behind Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger - has resulted in a healthy yearly pay packet, although he would no doubt command more elsewhere

When Birmingham City were relegated last season, McLeish stepped across the Brum divide and joined rivals Aston Villa, where his annual salary is reported to be a cool £2million. Former Villa boss O'Neill, meanwhile, can match that salary at new club Sunderland.

Rangers' owner Tony Fernandes is a hugely successful businessman, but will his big investment in Mark Hughes pay dividends?
The most successful Premier League manager of all time is surprisingly low down our list. The 70-year-old probably tops it up with a good pension and the odd win bonus!
Wenger and Dalglish are estimated to have a similar wage of around £4million and both are equally as desperate to win some silverware
Chelsea had to pay Porto £13.3million to release AVB from his contract and on top of that the 34-year-old reportedly takes home an estimated £4.5million a year
Roberto Mancini signed a new contract in December that made him the highest paid Premier League manager, but there's one boss in English football who earns a few quid more.
Beating Spain in a friendly comes at quite a price! We weren't able to obtain reliable

Source from Talk Sports



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