AS Monaco Players Salaries 2019/2020

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AS Monaco Players Salaries
AS Monaco Players Salaries

AS Monaco Players Salaries – AS Monaco is founded as Association Sportive de Monaco Football Club in 1924. This team is known as Les Monegasques (The Monegasques) and Les Rouges et Blancs (The Red and White) and ASM. Even though this team is based in Monaco, they compete in Ligue 1 or the French football league system. The home stadium is the Stade Louis II in Fontvieille.

The owners of AS Monaco FC are Dmitry Rybolovlev and House of Grimaldi. Meanwhile, the manager is Leonardo Jardim and the captain is Radamel Falcao. Playing in France, the team becomes one of the most thriving teams. They won five trophies and eight league titles. Furthermore, the team also competes in European football. They become the runner-up in 1992 UEFA Cup and 2004 UEFA Champions League.

How AS Monaco is Started

On August 1st, 191, AS Monaco is found as a unification of various local football teams that are based in France and the principality. Later, the numerous sports club is founded on August 23rd, 1924. The team becomes the football section of the Monegasque sporting club that has been enlarged.

They spend the earlier years in the amateur regional divisions of the Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur region. They rise quickly in the 1920s. French Football Federation of FFF invites the team to the professional rate. Though they fail at the beginning of the first year, they are transferred to the amateur leagues next year. They re-acquire their professional status by entering the second division in 1948.

The Great Coach Leduc

Lucien Leduc is an honorable coach that leads the Monegasques to reach their professional trophy in 1960. It is the Coupe de France. The rival is Saint-Etienne that they beat 4-2. It is a tough game because the result is scored in extra time. They also achieve more success as they win the French Championship and become qualified for the European Cup. Unfortunately, Coach Leduc departs from the team in 1963 and the success is decreased.

Jean-Louis Campora becomes AS Monaco chairman in 1975. He brings Coach Leduc back to the team that leads to further success. The team is promoted to the first division. They won the championship in 1978. Coach Leduc leaves the team in 1979. He is substituted by Gerard Banide and Lucien Muller.

See: AS Monaco Squad Players

Great Victories and Achievements

AS Monaco football team achieves more victories by the early of the 1980s. It includes the Coupe de France (in 1980 and 1985), and the French Championship (in 1982). They also become the finalist of 1984 Coupe de France. In the next season, the team beats Bordeaux 9-0 that becomes one of the greatest wins in team history. Unfortunately, it is only local tournaments that they can win. They can hardly achieve in European rate.

See: AS Monaco Jersey

Wenger’s and Tigana’s Reigns

In the 1990ss, AS Monaco achieves more success as Arsene Wenger becomes the coach. The team produces World Cup stars like Thierry Henry, Lilian Thuram, and Emmanuel Petit. They win the league and the Coupe de France. They also start to compete in European stages. Later, Wenger departs and Jean Tigana replaces him in 1997. It seems the end of the team as they face various problems. For AS Monaco payroll, you can look in his table.

AS Monaco Players Payroll Salary 2019/2020:

No Players Weekly Wage National Contract Left Age (Y)
1 Danijel Subasic € 60,000 Cro 2 Years 33
2 Diego Benaglio € 30,000 Swi 2 Years 34
3 Seydou Sy € 25,000 Sen 2 Years 22
4 Loic Badiashile Fra 20
5 Jemerson € 60,000 Bra 2 Years 25
6 Julien Serrano € 10,000 Fra 2 Years 20
7 Andrea Raggi € 65,000 Ita 1 Year 33
8 Jorge € 40,000 Bra 3 Years 22
9 Djibril Sidibe € 70,000 Fra 4 Years 25
10 Kamil Glik € 60,000 Pol 3 Years 30
11 Almamy Toure € 60,000 Mal 1 Year 22
12 Youri Tielemans € 60,000 Bel 4 Years 21
13 Rony Lopes € 50,000 Por 2 Years 22
14 Rachid Ghezzal € 70,000 Alg 3 Years 26
15 Joao Moutinho € 75,000 Por 2 Years 31
16 Gabriel Boschilia € 40,000 Bra 2 Years 22
17 Thomas Lemar € 90,000 Fra 2 Years 22
18 Adama Traore € 100,000 Mal 2 Years 22
19 Romain Faivre € 10,000 Fra 3 Years 19
20 Stevan Jovetic € 75,000 Mon 3 Years 28
21 Keita Balde € 150,000 Sen 4 Years 23
22 Moussa Sylla € 20,000 Fra 4 Years 18
23 Kevin N’Doram € 35,000 Fra 2 Years 21
24 Radamel Falcao € 200,000 Col 2 Years 32
25 Adama Diakhaby € 30,000 Fra 2 Years 21
26 Jordi Mboula € 30,000 Spa 4 Years 19
27 Pietro Pellegri € 5,000 Ita 4 Years 17

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