Here Are The Coaches Countries Around The World Are Regretting Hiring For Millions

Fabio Capello, england soccer coach

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The quarterfinals of the World Cup started today, and several successful managers have found their way into the final 8.Several have not, and 10 of them are being paid over $1 million to sit at home and watch the matches on their (luxury) televisions.

There are going to be some upset soccer and football associations around the world.

Otto Rehhagel (Greece): $1.15 million

Exit: Finished third in Group B.

Source: Just-Football.com Dec. 2009 numbers

Ricki Herbert (New Zealand): $1.2 million

Exit: Finished third in Group F, beating expectations.

Source: Just-Football.com Dec. 2009 numbers

Takeshi Okada (Japan): $1.2 million

Exit: Beaten by Paraguay in the round of 16.

Source: Just-Football.com Dec. 2009 numbers

Carlos Parreira (South Africa): $1.8 million

Exit: Finished third in Group A.

Source: Just-Football.com Dec. 2009 numbers

Pim Verbeek (Australia): $1.82 milion

Exit: Finished third in Group D.

Source: Just-Football.com Dec. 2009 numbers

Carlos Queiroz (Portugal): $2.0 million

Exit: Beaten by Spain in the round of 16.

Source: Just-Football.com Dec. 2009 numbers

Ottmar Hitzfeld (Switzerland): $2.6 million

Exit: Finished third in Group H.

Source: Just-Football.com Dec. 2009 numbers

Javier Aguirre (Mexico): $4.0 million

Exit: Beaten by Argentina in the round of 16.

Source: Just-Football.com Dec. 2009 numbers

Marcelo Lippi (Italy): $4.1 million

Exit: Finished fourth in Group F.

Source: Just-Football.com Dec. 2009 numbers

Fabio Capello (England): $9.9 million

Exit: Beaten by Germany in the round of 16.

Source: Just-Football.com Dec. 2009 numbers

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