Being the Gaffer of any football team is a very tough task. You have to meet the chairman's demands you have to do it in a way that doesn't get you critized by media, and most importantly you have to justify yourself to the 40,000 fans that might fill up the stands at your home ground.
There is a lot of pressure being a manager. You're the first one to get your head cut off when something goes wrong in the club, and sometimes the last one to be appreciated when the club is headed in the right direction.
Here we will go over the ten best managers in the world of football. It's not easy to be as successful as some of these men have been, and they are worth every single pound.
Luiz Felipe Scolari
Reported salary: £2.8 million a year
One of the most experienced managers in the world of football, Luiz Felipe Scolari is the definition of a winner. The ex-Chelsea manager has not only had success at the club level, he also won the World Cup back in 2002 with Brazil and guided Portugal to a fourth place finish in the last World Cup.
Scolari just recently won the Brazilian Cup with his current club, Palmerias, after managing to draw with Copa Libertadores champions of Corinthians.
Sir Alex Ferguson
Reported salary: £4 million a year
Club: Manchester United
Possibly one of the greatest managers of all time Sir Alex has won it all with Manchester United, dominating English football since his arrrival at the club.
Considering all that he has won including 12 league titles, Sir Alex finds himself at a very low position on the table of top paid managers.
Reported salary: £4.2 million a year
Club: Bayern Munich
Since arriving to Bayern Munich for his third spell as the manager of the Bavaria club, he hasn't managed to win any major trophy.
The German manager lost all three of the major trophies he disputed this year, losing both the League title and the German cup to Borussia Dortmund, and who could forget the Champions League he lost to Drogba and Chelsea.
Reported salary: £5 million a year
The Italian boss has managed to win it all wherever he has been asked to take over. He helped Chelsea get a Premier League and F.A Cup trophy.
He has been given the money and the players needed to turn PSG into a very succesful team, not only in the french league, but also in the major European competitions.
Reported salary: £6 million a year
Very few people have had the success that Arsene Wenger has had with Arsenal. Leading them to the only undefeated season in the history of the Premier League.
He was the best paid Gaffer in the Premier until just recently, when Mancini became the best paid manager in England. This may be due to the fact the French man hasn't won trophy since 2006.
Reported salary: £6 million a year
Club: Anzhi Makhachkala
Guus Hiddink has restricted himself to mostly the international stage of football during the last five years, but after all that time his move to Anzhi Makhachkala turned out to be a successful return to club football to the ex Chelsea and Real Madrid boss.
Reported salary: £7.5 million a year
Club: Manchester City
After the season he had, Mancini proved he is surely worth all that money. After finally ending City's throphy drought last season by winning the F.A. Cup he finally accomplished the main objective: Winning the Premier League title.
Mancini not only beat Sir Alex in the Premier League table this season, but with his new contract he also beats Sir Alex as the top paid manager in the Premier League and the second best paid in the world.
Reported salary: £10 million a year
Club: Real Madrid
The self proclaimed "chosen one" leads the table as the best paid manager in the world of football. There is a reason why he is worth so much money. Mourinho has managed in four different leagues in the world, winning at least one league title in all four.
Mourinho has also always been one of the most controversial managers in the world, but when it has come to back up his words the Portuguese manager has been able to back everything making not only the most expensive manager, but also the best manager in modern football.