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Top on the list is England’s head coach, Roy Hodgson. The 68-year-old tactician is the highest paid of any of the men leading a country into Euro 2016 in France this summer.

According to the Daily Mail, Hodgson is pocketing £3.5m each and every year in his role with the Three Lions.

Soon to be Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has been on £3.15m annually as Italy coach, while Turkish legend Fatih Terim is a surprising third on £2.7m.

 

World Cup winners Joachim Low and Vicente del Bosque earn less at £2.15m and £2m respectively, while Austria’s Marcel Koller and the Republic of Ireland’s Martin O’Neill are the only head coaches to be paid £1m or less.

See the full list below:

1) Roy Hodgson – England – £3.5m
2) Antonio Conte – Italy – £3.15m
3) Fatih Terim – Turkey – £2.7m
4) Joachim Löw – Germany – £2.15m
5) Vicente del Bosque – Spain – £2m
6) Didier Deschamps – France – £1.3m
7) Marcel Koller – Austria – £1.15m
8) Martin O’Neill – Republic of Ireland -£1m
9) Fernando Santos – Portugal – £962,000
10) Bernd Storck – Hungary – £770,000
11) Vladimir Petkovic – Switzerland –£575,000
12) Marc Wilmots -Belgium – £515,000
13) Lars Lagerbeck – Iceland – £346,000
14) Michael O’Neill – Northern Ireland -£250,000
15) Chris Coleman – Wales – £200,000
16) Adam Nawalka –Poland – £200,000
17) Ante Caric – Croatia £192,000
18)Pavel Vrba – Czech Republic – £175,000
19) Erik Hamren – Sweden – £154,000
20) Giani de Biasi – Albania – £154,000
21) Jan Kozak – Slovakia – £138,000
22) Mykhaylo Fomenko – Ukraine -£104,000
23) Anghel Iordanescu – Romania –£92,000
24) Leonid Slutsky – Russia – allowance

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