Details have been revealed showing how much every 2016 Euros Head Coach earns.
A bit like the Premier League, the table sums up the problems that are inherent in English football.
Just like the English clubs that make up the Premier League, money is no problem but the quality is.
It appears to be the English disease that simply paying more money will equal success, with Roy Hodgson topping this particular table and getting almost twice as much as Spain’s del Bosque and two and a half times what France pay Deschamps.
Joachim Low leads Germany to World Cup success and only gets 60% of what Hodgson does for presiding over failure.
The 5m euros that Roy Hodgson earns, equates to around £4m – any England manager should be paid a much smaller basic and then the rest on results.
Figures produced below by footballfinance.com: