The countdown has begun for the Qatar World Cup 2022, which will start on November 21 of this year.
In addition to the fact that the groups have been known for months, the 32 teams are already qualified.
Gerardo Martino, the Mexican National Team’s coach, achieved the goal of his four-year process even if his team had difficulty qualifying for the World Cup.
The tricolor strategist will not only lead again in a World Cup, he will also be one of the highest paid coaches. “El Tata” appears among the top 10 technicians with the best salary.
The German National Team leads the list, since Hans-Dieter Flick is the highest paid coach, with a salary of €6.5 millionaccording to the Finance Football portal.
In the top spots, England’s Gareth Southgate (2), France’s Didier Deschamps (3), Brazil’s Tite (4), and the Netherlands’ Louis van Gaal (5) stand out.
With 2.9 million euros, Mexican National Team coach Gerardo Martino is in sixth place.
Liones Scaloni (Argentina), Felix Sanchez Bas (Qatar), Fernando Santos (Portugal), and Murat Yakin round out the top ten (Switzerland).
On November 22, against Poland, the Mexican National Team and Martino kick off their World Cup journey.
Top ten of the highest paid technicians in Qatar 2022
The list was created as follows, per the Finance Football webpage.
Hans-Dieter Flick – Germany – 6.5 million euros England’s Gareth Southgate earns 5.8 million euros. France’s Didier Deschamps received 3.8 million euros. Brazil’s Tite received 3.6 million euros. Netherlands’ Louis van Gaal earned 2.9 million euros. Mexico’s Gerardo Martino won 2.9 million euros. Argentina’s Lionel Scaloni has an MDE of 2.6. Félix Sánchez Bas – Qatar – 2.4 MDE Fernando Santos – Portugal – 2.25 MDE Murat Yak?n -Switzerland – 1.6 MDE
the remaining techs
South Korean Paulo Bento, 1.3 MDE Australia’s Graham Arnold has an MDE of 1.3. Gregg Berhalter – 1.25 MDE – United States Roberto Martínez – Belgium – 1.2 MDE Denmark’s Kasper Hjulmand has an MDE of 1.15. Luis Enrique – Spain – 1.15 MDE Saudi Arabian national Hervé Renard, 1.1 MDE Japan’s Hajime Moriyasu has 1,050 MDE. Moroccan Vahid Halilhodi? 920 thousand euros Diego Alonso – Uruguay – 860 thousand euros Gustavo J. Alfaro from Ecuador received 770 000 euros. Dragan Stojkovi? – Serbia – 650 thousand euros Dragan Sko?i? – Iran – 650 thousand euros Zlatko Dali? – Croatia – 550 thousand euros Czes?aw Michniewicz – Poland – 500 thousand euros John Herdman – Canada – 480 thousand euros Chris Hughton – Ghana – 400 thousand euros Rob Page – Wales – 380 thousand euros Luis F. Suárez – Costa Rica – 350 thousand euros Rigobert Song – Cameroon – 340 thousand euros Aliou Cissé – Senegal – 310 thousand euros Jalel Kadri – Tunisia – 130 thousand euros
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