Roy Hodgson Joins The Sunday Times Managerial Rich List, With Sir Alex Ferguson In Top Spot

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New England manager Roy Hodgson's worth has been estimated at £11m in The Sunday Times' 2012 Rich List.

Hodgson's exit from Liverpool in January 2011, after only 191 days in charge, is believed to have cost the Reds £3m after he had a sack clause inserted into his contract when appointed in July 2010.

Now earning a reported £2.5m per year with England after he penned a four-year deal this week, he is likely to rise up the managerial money ladder next year.

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Second in the league to Manchester City, Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson however is top of the league when it comes to personal assets. His fortune now stands at £32m.

And Tottenham’s Harry Redknapp, overlooked in favour of Hodgson by the FA for the Three Lions hot seat, sits above Hodgson by one spot with £12m in the bank.

Arsenal’s Arsene Wenger is the highest paid manager in the Premier League, with a salary recently reported to be £7.5m a year, which has seen his fortune rise by £7m to £26m.


1 Sir Alex Ferguson, Manchester United £32m £27m

2 Roy Keane £29m £30m

3 Arsene Wenger, Arsenal £26m £19m

4 Giovanni Trapattoni, Republic of Ireland £20m £20m

5 Roberto Mancini, Manchester City £18m £16m

6 Sven-Göran Eriksson £16m £16m

7 Steve Bruce £14m £11m

8 Harry Redknapp, Tottenham £12m

9 Roy Hodgson, WBA/ England £11m

9= Mark Hughes, Queen’s Park Rangers £11m

11 Martin O’Neill, Sunderland £10m

11= David Moyes, Everton £10m

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