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5 Highest Paid Coaches In Africa In 2022 | N0 1 Earns (R2.8 Million) Monthly.

This piece contains more information about the top-paid African football coaches for 2022. Although African football clubs may not have the same financial resources as European clubs, the sport has clearly developed in recent years all throughout the continent.

Famous foreign managers like Hristo Stoichkov, Johan Neeskens, Martin Jol, and Alex McCleish have drawn attention to Mamelodi Sundowns and the Egyptian top division during the past 10 years, and the trend has spread throughout North Africa.

The 54-year-old is reputedly among these highest earners and has eight trophies in the last seven seasons with the Tshwane giants. The top ten list, however, is dominated by the titans of Egyptian football, with seven managers from the Presentation Premier League mentioned.

— 5 Highest Paid Football Coaches in Africa 2022

Although the stated figures did not specify whether they were before or after tax deductions, they do provide a picture of the current state of health of the clubs that regularly compete in CAF football.

5. Stuart Baxter Salary: R800,000 per month

Having returned to Naturena, Stuart Baxter is now the head coach of Kaizer Chiefs. Baxter and the Club have agreed on a two-year deal with a two-year option for the position of head coach of Amakhosi's first squad.

On May 7, 2012, Kaizer Chiefs of South Africa announced the appointment of Baxter as their new manager. His commitments started in June 2012. In the first season under his direction, Amakhosi defeated Supersport United 1-0 to claim the Nedbank Cup and first position in the Premier Soccer League.

Despite dominating the league for the majority of the season, the Soweto-based team's 2013–14 South African Premier Division campaign came to a disappointing finish without them winning a trophy.

Baxter left Chiefs in 2015 and went on to manage Bafana Bafana, a local team, and other clubs abroad.

4. EHAB GALAL — $60,000 (R850,000) Pyramids FC

3. Jaime Moreira Pacheco— $100,000 (R1.4 million) Zamalek SC.

Zamalek is now under the direction of Portuguese coach Jaime Moreira Pacheco. In September 2020, he will take over as Zamalek SC's head coach for the second time in the club's history.

Over the course of his career, he participated in 296 matches and scored 19 goals in the Primeira Liga for Sporting, Porto, and other teams. Over the next two decades, he led a number of teams, notably Boavista, with whom he shared the team's lone league championship.

2. Pitso Mosimane Salary – $120,000 (R2.3m) – Al Ahly SC

Pitso Mosimane, who has won numerous significant trophies with SuperSport United and Mamelodi Sundowns, is one of the most seasoned and accomplished football coaches in all of South African football. Pitso Mosimane's monthly salary with Al Ahly SC is US$120,000 (R2.3 Million).

Pitso "Jingles" Mosimane, a former player and current manager of Al Ahly in the Egyptian Premier League, comes from South Africa.

Born in Kagiso, Mosimane is one of the most seasoned and renowned football coaches in all of South Africa, having won numerous major championships with Mamelodi Sundowns between 2012 and 2020 and SuperSport United between 2001 and 2007.

1. Rodolfo Arruabarrena — $200,000 (R2.8 million)

He used to play left back for his nation as an Argentine football player. His entire playing career was spent with Boca Juniors. Rodolfo was not selected for the national team. service Until AlFio Basile called him for a friendly game in September 2006 against Spain and then again for a friendly match in February 2007 against France.

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