Dirk Advocaat Named Euro 2012 Most Expensive Coach
The annual income of the national teams’ coaches of Euro 2012.
Dirk Advocaat, the most expensive coach of Euro 2012
Dirk Advocaat, the main coach for Russia national football team turned out to be the most expensive coach of Euro 2012 with his salary of €7mln per year which is over 2 times higher that No.2 coach’s one — Cesare Prandelli from Italy.
However, we will learn who are underpaid or overpaid very soon. Russian team has already left the competition after loosing to Greece.
Russia: Dirk Advocaat — €7mln
Italy: Cesare Prandelli — €3mln
Germany: Joachim Löw — €2.5mln
The UK: Roy Hodgson — £2mln
The Netherlands: Bert van Marwijk — €1.8mln
Ireland: Giovanni Trapattoni — €1.5mln
Spain: Vicente del Bosque — €1.5mln
Portugal: Paulo Bento — €1.5mln
France: Lauren Blanc — €1.2mln
Ukraine: Oleh Blokhin — $600,000
Greece: Fernando Santos — €500,000
Denmark: Morten Olsen — €390,000
Poland: Franciszek Smuda — €300,000
Czech Republic: Michal Bilek — €200,000
Croatia: Slaven Bilić — €160,000