Pochettino's departure from PSG seems imminent, but for this the club will have to compensate the coach as he still has a valid contract. Accordin
Pochettino’s departure from PSG seems imminent, but for this the club will have to compensate the coach as he still has a valid contract. According to what they point out from France, the Argentine coach would receive 15 million euros, which would make him one of the most expensive layoffs in history.
We are going to review other terminations of technical contracts that were greater than 15 million euros.
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In 2015, Capello was sacked as Russia coach after several poor performances. As he had a contract in force, the Italian had to be compensated, and received the largest that a selection has granted, 15.6 million euros.
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The Brazilian coach was dismissed after only being on the blues bench for six months, due to poor results. Chelsea had to compensate him with 15.9 million euros.
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The French coach achieved several successes in the Parisian team, but his poor performances in the Champions League condemned him and he was dismissed in 2016, having to be compensated with 19.8 million euros.
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The special one has succeeded in many teams, but on other occasions he has been fired and has received several juicy severance payments, specifically the second and third highest. At Chelsea he was fired in 2007 receiving 21 million severance pay and in 2018 he received 22.9 million from Manchester United.
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The Italian coach holds the record for the most expensive dismissal when he was dismissed in 2018 from Chelsea, after a great disappointment in the blue team in which he never came to fruition. Antonio Conte was compensated with a whopping 30.6 million euros, now he is vindicating himself with Tottenham