A chance to see who the real managerial winners and losers are at this World Cup. Having coined it during his cash rich but success poor time with England, Fabio Capello remains the highest paid manager at the World Cup. He earns a stratospheric salary, estimated to be in the region of €8,272,900 per annum. A highly tasteful sum it is too, given the amount of Russian folk living in dire poverty.
Roy Hodgson can console himself with the €4,325,900 he makes a year, leaving him in second place. Ironically, two of lowest placed managers, Nico Kovac (30th place) and Mexico's Miguel Herrera (32nd and last) have amassed more points thus far than the two highest paid gaffers on the list.
Here is the complete rundown of managerial earnings (in dollars)