A football managers is responsible for running a football team. The Football Managers managers may also serve as the head coach of the team. The wishes of a national team manager may sometimes conflict with those of a club manager over selection of club players for the national squad the club manager may not wish the player to miss domestic fixtures. The title of manager is almost exclusively used in British football. Managers are the most important for a club if not why they get sacked when things do not go well.
Managers bring in their philosophy to the club and can change the fortunes of the team. He has several important duties which make him an extremely important part of the team without the team cannot function. The teams which are performing nicely throughout various tournaments are constantly guided by experienced coaches. All the clubs want to have the most expert coach of their team. They get paid with a good salary contract to manage a team. Here are the top world’s highest paid football managers in 2016.
- Pep Guardiola £14.8m:
Pep Guardiola was born 18 January 197 a Spanish professional football coach and former player who is the current manager of Bundesliga club Bayern Munich. As a manager Guardiola has won 14 trophies in the first four years of his managing career. He is one of the most successful and is considered to be one of the bet managers in the words. He has been a hit for the German giants winning the Bundesliga, DFB Cup, UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup. Some linked him with a shock move to major league soccer at the time. He then became the hottest managerial free agent in the world football at the end of the 2011 and 2012 season.
2. Jose Mourinho £10.5m:
Jose Mourinho is doing coaching for Chelsea. He has joined Chelsea for the second time after the season 2004 to 2007. Prior to Chelsea he was successful coach of Inter Milan and Real Madrid. Now his remuneration is £10.5m. He is being considered as one the most successful managers in the world.
3. Arsene Wenger £8.30m:
The club established themselves as one of the main contented of league title last few years only under the guidance of Arsene. The club won the champions league and overcame their FA cup draught. Arsene Wenger proved everyone wrong who criticizes his employment at Arsenal as a manager with his immense success with the club. He earns £8.30 million per year. Arsenal maintained their consistency with Wenger and achieved better position in the point table than Hotspur every single time under him.
4. Louis Van Gaal £7.3m:
Van Gall is earning £7.3 million a year a year at Manchester United and looks set to achieve the objective of returning the club to the champion’s league at the first time of asking. Louis enjoyed a good and this is reflecting in the wages he received last year.
5. Jurgen Klopp £7m:
Jurgen he has twice won the Bundesliga title. Some recently wondered if Klopp had perhaps over prepared for a champions league fixture. Klopp is a favorite among the Dortmund faithful and also supporters who call no Bundesliga sides their own. He is also known as for his pitch side fashion decisions as he is for the gestures and facial expressions that he make during games.
6. Jose Enrique £7m:
The young full back has been starved of game time since joining the French Champions and is keen to switch clubs this summer. Liverpool are interested in signing the defensive full back and will meet PSG £7m asking price once they are offload the likes of Fabio Borini, Rickie Lambert and Jose Enrique. This is firstly a very good thing for him and possibly for us should he stay with us this season.
7. Rafael Benitez £5.60m:
Rafael Benitez born 1960 is a Spanish football manager and former player who is the current manager of Real Madrid. Benitez came back to Italy in 2013 to coach Napoli. As a coach of the team he won Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana. He has won at least one trophy or achieved promotion with every team he has coached since 1997. Benítez remains the only manager in history to have won the UEFA Cup, UEFA Champions League, and FIFA Club World Cup.
8. Roberto Mancini £4.30m:
Roberto Mancini born 27 November 1964 is an Italian football manager and former player currently in charge as head coach of F.C. Internazionale Milano. Inter manager Roberto Mancini has gambled in creating an Inter side that places a premium on athleticism over technique and pressing. I would never make it as a professional. His point was that at the time the game had become centered on athleticism and physicality, particularly in midfield.
9. Antonio Conte £3.95m:
Antonio Conte 31 July 1969 is an Italian football manager and former player. He is currently the head coach of the Italian national team. Conte won three consecutive series titles with Juventus before taking the national job in the summer of 2014. The champions currently sit 16th in the premier league having won just two top flight games all season.
10. Manuel Pellegrini £4.2m:
He is working with Manchester City at remuneration of $4.2 million. He played for Chile for the period1973 to 1986. He is a huge experience in team management throughout his career. He also managed several team such as Real Madrid, San Lorenzo and many more.
11. Massimiliano Allegri £3.50m:
Massimiliano Allegri born 11 August 1967 is an Italian football manager currently in charge of Juventus and former midfielder. He was the manager of Serie A club Milan up until January of 2014. In the 2010–11 seasons Allegri’s Milan won their first Serie A league trophy since 2004. This campaign the Bianconeri is struggling a little with Allegri finding it tough to fully integrate new faces after some key summer departures.
12. Laurent Blanc £3.45m:
Laurent Robert Blanc born 19 November 1965 is a French football manager former player and currently the manager of Paris Saint Germain. He has the nickname Le President which was given to him following his stint at Marseille in tribute to his leadership skills. He earns £3.45 million per year. The situation is very particular more than particular in my opinion in terms of the context which we are not going to back over he said.
13. Jorge Jesus £3.34m:
Benfica have begun legal action to claim €3.43 million in compensation from their former manager Jorge Jesus after he quit the club to join arch rivals sporting. He also led the team to the last two Portuguese championships but announced on June 5 that he would cross the city to Sporting after a reported dispute over his salary.
14. Roberto Martinez £3m:
At the age of 35 Martinez returned to Wigan eight years after ending a six-year spell at the club as a player when he had earned a reputation as a cult hero with the Wigan fans after making more than 200 appearances for the club and helping them gain promotion to the third tier of English football. Roberto Martinez succeeded David Moyes as Everton manager in June 2013 after four year tenure at Wigan Athletic in the Barclays Premier League.
15. Slaven Bilic £2.95m:
Slaven Bilic born 11 September 1968 is a retired Croatian professional footballer and current manager of English club West Ham United. He earns £2.95 million per year. Bilic said it was possible to give players freedom while adopting a patient style. If you are playing this controlled football against a team that is defending by doubling or tripling up on players then it comes down to a player especially up front or out wide to display some kind of magic.
16. Roy Hodgson £2.95m:
Hodgson has managed sixteen different teams in eight countries beginning in Sweden with Halmstad BK. Roy Hodgson was appointed England Manager on 1 May 2012. Hodgson 64 and born in Croydon was a player for Crystal Palace Youth and several senior non League clubs including Gravesend & north fleet and ton bridge Angels. His 36 year career as a manager began with Swedish club Halmstad in 1976. England is the fourth national team he has managed. Hodgson speaks several languages and has served on FIFA and UEFA technical study groups. He is 13th permanent manager.
17. Joachim Low £2.80m:
Joachim Low is the current manager of the German national football team. He earns £2.80 million per year. Joachim Low date of birth is 3 February 1960. He is retired German footballer.
18. Dunga £2.50m:
Dunga is a former Brazilian footballer and a world champion for Brazil in the 1994 FIFA world cup. He is currently head coach of Brazil being appointed in 2014 for a second time. Brazilian footballer and a world champion for Brazil. Dunga is the current head coach of Brazil with earnings of £2.50 million per year.