Gerardo Martino's one of the best coaches in the world. In all the places where he was, he left an important mark. He's currently in charge of the Mexican National Team, which's preparing for the Concacaf National League and the Gold Cup, a tournament that he will try to win for the second consecutive edition.
Gerardo Martino's coaching career began at Almirante Brown of Arrecifes, in 1998. That same year he moved to Platense and then, in 2000, to Instituto. His well-being opened the doors to international soccer for him, where Libertad and Cerro Porteño, from Paraguay, returned to Argentina to coach Colón and then returned to Libertad.
He immediately took over in the Paraguayan National Team, where he qualified for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa and the 2011 Copa América final, where he lost against Uruguay in the final. Newell's Old Boys was the club that returned to Argentine football, where they were champion of the 2013 Final Tournament and reached the semifinal of the Copa Libertadores.
After his good time, he was hired by Barcelona, where although the team played well, he did not obtain any important title, which's why he was fired. He automatically he was presented in the Argentine National Team. As coach of his country, he reached two Copa América finals, losing both against Chile.
After his time in Argentina, where he left due to serious institutional problems in the AFA, he signed a contract with Atlanta United, of the MLS, where he was in two seasons and managed to get him champion. In 2019 he became technical director of the Mexican National Team.
Gerardo Tata Martino salary in Mexico National Team
As one of the most sought coaches, Martino has a whopping net worth of $ 25 million with a $ 7 million salary. Additionally, he has his ongoing contract as Mexico’s manager for four years, which is worth $ 8.8 million.