Top 10 highest-paid coaches of 2014 World Cup

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Vicente del Bosque,one of the 'Top 10 highest-paid coaches of 2014 World Cup'by

Vicente del Bosque, the coach of Spanish national team (file photo)

Salary: $3,386,270

Vicente del Bosque, born in 1950 in Spain, is the only coach to have won the Champions League, the European Championship and the World Cup. From 1999 to 2003 he served as the coach of Real Madrid, and it was the most successful period in the club's modern era. In March 2008, he replaced Luis Aragonés as the coach of the Spanish national team and led the team to win their first-ever World Cup in 2010.

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