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Money Matters If Your a Football Manager | Cash Is King

REAL MADRID’S Jose Mourinho is the highest paid football manager in the world while Sir Alex Ferguson, who has just celebrated 26 years at Manchester United, is the best paid football boss in Britain, according to a new ranking.

Full name: Jose Mario dos Santos Mourinho Felix
Current club: Real Madrid (Coach)

Teams managed
In 2000: Benfica
In 2001-2002: Leiria
In 2002-2004: Porto
In 2004-2007: Chelsea
In 2008-2010: Internazionale
In 2010 – … : Real Madrid

Brazilian sports business consulting firm Pluri Consultoria has ranked what they consider to be the highest earning 30 bosses in the game with former Chelsea manager Mourinho sitting pretty at the summit, allegedly earning £12.3m per year. More Special Wonga, than Special One!

BEST-PAID MANAGERS – THE TOP 30:

1. Jose Mourinho – Real Madrid (£12.3m)

2. Carlo Ancelotti – Paris St. Germain (£10.9m)

3. Marcelo Lippi – Guangzhou (£8.7m)

4. Sir Alex Ferguson – Manchester United (£7.6m)

5. Arsene Wenger – Arsenal (£7.5m, pictured right)

6. Guus Hiddink – Anzhi (£6.7m)

7. Fabio Capello – Russia (£6.3m)

8. Tito Vilanova – Barcelona (£5.6m)

9. Jose Camacho – China (£4.8m)

10. Roberto Mancini – Manchester City (£4.8m)

11. Frank Rijkaard – Saudi Arabia (£4.3m)

12. Jupp Heynckes – Bayern Munich (£4.2m)

13. Andre Villas-Boas – Tottenham (£3.6m)

14. Harry Redknapp – QPR (£3.2m)

15. Jorge Jesus – Benfica (£3.2m)

16. David Moyes – Everton (£2.9m)

17. Manuel Pellegrini – Malaga (£2.9m)

18. Paulo Autuori – Qatar (£2.9m)

19. Abel Braga – Fluminense (2.8m)

20. Luciano Spaletti – Zenit (£2.7m)

21. Antonio Conte – Juventus (£2.4m)

22. Cesare Prandelli – Italy (£2.4m)

23. Vanderlei Luxemburgo – Gremio (£2.4m)

24. Muricy Ramalho – Santos (£2.4m)

25. Tite – Corinthians (£2.4m)

26. Ottmar Hitzfeld – Switzerland (£2.1m)

27. Joachim Low – Germany (£2m)

28. Marcelo Bielsa – Athletic Bilbao (£2m)

29. Martin O’Neill – Sunderland (£2m)

30. Roy Hodgson – England (£2m)

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Joey Barton Talks With Funny French Accent After Debut For Marseille | Football

QPR loanee Joey Barton finally made his league debut for French outfit Marseille on Sunday, helping his side move level on points with leaders Paris Saint-Germain in the process.

Barton wasted little time in picking up his first caution in French football, as the QPR midfielder was booked after 22 minutes for a strong challenge on Florent Balmont.
But the Englishman settled well into the match, and so too did Marseille.
Balmont was red-carded before the break after chopping down Valbuena when the Frenchman was through on Landreau’s goal

Very bizarrely though during a post match press conference when answering questions from the local press he talked with a weird French accent.

“Steve MaClaren eat your heart out…,” Barton quipped on Twitter, referencing former England boss Steve McClaren’s use of a Dutch accent after he took over at FC Twente for the first time in 2008.

He added: “In my defence, it is very difficult to do a press conference in Scouse for a room full of French journalists.”

“The alternative is to speak like a ‘Allo Allo!’ character which is choose. Its simply a case of you had to be there. #youstupidwomen!

“I am christening this new language Bartonese. Steeeeevvvveeee would be proud!”


So Who is the 16-year-old Croatian wonderkid ?

 Alen Halilović who is 17 on the 8th February is the Son of the former Bosnian professional footballer Sejad Halilović. Sejad  who played for several clubs in Europe, including NK Zagreb, Real Valladolid, Altay S.K.,and Hapoel Be’er Sheva F.C. as well as the Croatia national football team and Bosnia and Herzegovina national football team.

ImageAlen is a Left sided attacking midfielder & Known as the ” Mini Modric “. The 16-year-old has now become involved with Dinamo Zagreb’s first team and his performances have now alerted the likes of Manchester United and Real Madrid. Halilovic signed a new contract with his parent club a few months back and it is unlikely that he will be allowed to leave for a big league at such a tender age. Although Dinamo coach Ante Cacic is convinced of the innate qualities of the player, he says that the youngster needs to be looked after as he is too young to be thrust with comparisons and all those things that follow the lives of talented young players.

Some observers believe that there is too much pressure already on the young player However, Cacic has tried his best to dispel these doubts about the protégée.

“Alen is something. He hits the ball differently and it will be interesting to follow his development. Given his talent and potential, the impression is that he has no limits.”

 


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