Hugo Broos makes Bafana Bafana fresh faces promise.

Hugo Broos. Photo: Bafana Bafana on X

Hugo Broos salary: Bafana coach jaw-dropping income unveiled

Hugo Broos salary relevation unveiled after he led the team to the semi-finals of AFCON, showcasing his expertise. Find out the figures now.

Hugo Broos makes Bafana Bafana fresh faces promise.

Hugo Broos. Photo: Bafana Bafana on X

Hugo Broos salary revelation unveiled just after their AFCON semi-final exit. When Broos assumed the reins of the Bafana Bafana team, he faced a tumultuous period. Grappling with clashes with the Premier Soccer League hierarchy and teams. His controversial remarks sparked significant backlash, coinciding with Bafana’s inconsistent performance.

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Despite the challenges, the South African Football Association stood by the Belgian coach. Broos, instrumental in securing Afcon qualification, leveraged his tournament expertise to propel South Africa to the semi-finals, defying expectations.

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Hugo Broos salary revealed 

According to FARPost, Broos initially signed on as Bafana Bafana coach for a staggering monthly salary of approximately R750,000 [USD 50,000]. Allegedly, Hugo Broos salary surpassed the earnings of former coaches Stuart Baxter and Pitso Mosimane, who reportedly earned around R500,000 monthly during their tenures.

While any updates on Hugo Broos salary remain undisclosed, his contributions undoubtedly validate the trust and value placed in his expertise.

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Broos’ Glowing Pride: Bafana Bafana’s AFCON journey ends with heads held high

Despite Hugo Broos salary being higher the most of the coaches before him. He is however a former AFCON winning coach and played a huge part in uniting the nation again. Below he reveals his pride and exits with a lot more respect from the South African public.  

“It’s a big disappointment for everyone because we feel that we played a very good game not only today but we played a very good AFCON,” said Broos in the press conference after the match, as quoted by FARPost

“And I’m very, very proud of it. I’m proud of my players, the disappointment is this but the proudness is that. What they did, what they performed, not only today I think you have to be proud as a coach.

“So, yes it’s a defeat and you see you played a very bad game with Cape Verde and you win with penalties and today you played a very good game against Nigeria and you lose with penalties.

“That’s also football. But again I think we only have to think about the way we played this AFCON. And I know that everyone knows South Africa now as a good [ball] playing team, and that is the most important thing.”

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