London, Dec. 12 (ANI): England coach Fabio Capello will make far more money than any other manager at the 2010 World Cup.
According to Sky News, Capello is likely to make around six million pounds a year - three times more than his closest rival and Italian manager Marcello Lippi.
Lippi is in second place with 1.8 million pounds, Madrid newspaper Marca claimed.
The third highest paid manager is said to be Bert van Marwijk of Holland on 1.6 million pounds, while just behind is Switzerland boss Otmar Hitzfeld.
Capello also earns substantially more than the managers of the two teams widely regarded as favourites for the tournament in South Africa.
Spain coach Vicente del Bosque earns 1.3 million pounds, while Brazil's Carlos Dunga makes 755,250 pounds.
The Germans pay Joachim Loew 1.4 million pounds.
Further down in the pay stakes are the USA's Bob Bradley, on 246,599 pounds, and Matiaz Kek of Slovenia and Rabah Saadane of Algeria, both said to earn 221,902 pounds a year.
The Top 20
1. Fabio Capello (England) 6,098.600 pounds
2. Marcello Lippi (Italy) 1,848,400 pounds
3. Bert van Marwijk (Holland) 1,663,600 pounds
4. Otmar Hitzfeld (Switzerland) 1,602,000 pounds
5. Joachim Loew (Germany) 1,417,500 pounds
6. Vicente Del Bosque (Spain) 1,355,800 pounds
7. Carlos Queiroz (Portugal) 1,232,700 pounds
8. Pim Verbeek (Australia) 1,121,600 pounds
9. Javier Aguirre (Mexico) 1,109,100 pounds
10. Carlos Alberto Parreira (South Africa) 1,109,100 pounds
11. Dunga (Brazil) 755,250 pounds
12. Diego Maradona (Argentina) 739,900 pounds
13. Takeshi Okada (Japan) 739,900 pounds
14. Ricki Herbert (NZ) 739,900 pounds
15. Otto Rehhagel (Greece) 708,900 pounds
16. Paul Le Guen (Cameroon) 591,700 pounds
17. Marcelo Bielsa (Chile) 523,800 pounds
18. Vahid Halilhodzic (Ivory Coast) 456,000 pounds
19. Raymond Domenech (France) 443,800 pounds
20. Huh Jung-moo (South Korea) 369,800 pounds (ANI)