While players continue to be the most valuable commodity in the game, and top performers' salaries reflect this, managers also command a sizable financial reward.
The highest paid coach in Africa, is precisely what this article aims to discover.
One thing that is true in football all over the world is that you need the best minds if your football club is to be successful.
If we all need the best minds to make our football establishments successful, the demand for the best hands and minds rises, as do the fees we must pay to keep them.
But who is the African coach making the most money?
His name is Pitso 'Jingles' Mosimane a South African football manager and former professional player who currently manages Al Ahly in Egypt's Premier League.
According to reports, Ahly may have tabled an offer for the services in the range of USD 120 000 per month.
He has an estimated net worth of $5 million, making him Africa's wealthiest coaches.
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