Roy Hodgson was the best-paid manager at Euro 2016, earning £3.5million a year to put him ahead of Italy’s Antonio Conte (£3.15m) and Turkey’s Fatih Terim (£2.7m).
Hodgson resigned as England manager on Monday night after a shock defeat by Iceland saw the Three Lions knocked out of Euro 2016 at the last-16 stage.
The 68-year-old took charge of England at three major finals but could only win three of the 11 games he oversaw and here, we take a look at his tournament record and overall statistics from his 56 matches at the helm.
The Republic or Ireland’s Martin O’Neill earns a £1m a year, making him the best-paid national coach from the British Isles after Hodgson, while Northern Ireland’s Michael O’Neill is on £250,000 a year and Wales’ Chris Coleman £200,000, although both are getting improved deals imminently.
Hodgson was the second-best-paid manager at the last World Cup in Brazil, when the only man earning more than him was a former England boss, Fabio Capello, then with Russia.