Top 5 Expensive Cricket Coaches Around The World
Every sportsperson or team need a coach that can guide them to reach in the right direction. Coach is an important part of the team whose right techniques can lead the team to achieve victory.
The game of cricket has three department- fielding, bowling and batting. All the departments are appointed with the coach. A head coach is also appointed who keeps an overall look.
The coach works on both the technical and mental aspect of the cricketer. He must strengthen the players’ ability. The cricket boards choose that person as the coach who has all-round abilities. As the job of the coach is a difficult task, they are paid a good amount of salary. According to their budgets, the boards pay the coaches.
Let’s take a look at top-five highest-paid cricket coaches across the globe:
5.Russell Domingo (INR 1.29 Crore)
Though Russell Domingo has not played too many matches, he is an experienced coach. He took the qualification of coaching when he was 22 years old. Since then, he is involved in coaching different teams.
He was the head coach of Warriors before gaining the responsibility of South Africa A team. Under Gary Kirsten, Domingo became the assistant coach which was followed by the duty of national coach.
He then led the team to the semifinal in the 2014 ICC World Twenty20 and got the two-year contract extension in September 2014. He was also successful in getting the team in the semi-final of 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup.
Now, he has been given the responsibility to coach the Bangladesh team. Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) is paying Domingo whopping sum of Rs 1.29 crore. He is on no. 5 in the list of highest-paid coaches around the world.
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