Who knew leading your team to the World Cup could give you a salary which was multiple times the per capita income of the country? But that's how it works in football. Sporting Intelligence put out a list of all the coaches/managers leading their team to the World Cup and compared their salary with the countries' per capita income.
We've picked the top ten — which are as follows:
1) Sabri Lamouchi
Salary: £618,125 which is 795 times the per capita income of Ivory Coast.
2) Fabio Capello
Salary: £6,693,750 which is 763 times the per capita income of Russia.
3) Luiz Felipe Scolari
Salary: 2,367,500 which is 334 times the per capital income of Brazil.
4) Volker Finke
Salary: £235,000 which 322 times the per capita income of Cameroon
5) Carlos Quieroz
Salary: £1,250,000 which is 293 times the per capita income of Iran
6) Luis Fernanado Suarez
Salary: £375,000 which is 258 times the per capita income of Honduras
7) Stephen Kesi
Salary: £233,750 which is 240 times the per capita income of Nigeria
8) Jose Pekerman
Salary: £1,000,000 which is 206 times the per capita income of Argentina
9) Vahid Halihodzic
Salary: £600,000 which is 179 times the per capita income of Algeria
10) James Kwesi Appiah
Salary: £150,000 which is 150 times the per capita income of Ghana
— sportingintelligence (@sportingintel) June 11, 2014
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Updated Date: Jun 11, 2014 20:28:21 IST