Andriy Shevchenko

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Andriy Shevchenko
Andriy Shevchenko 2017.jpg
Shevchenko in 2017
Personal information
Full name Andriy Mykolayovych Shevchenko[1]
Date of birth (1976-09-29) 29 September 1976 (age 45)
Place of birth Dvirkivshchyna, Ukrainian SSR, USSR
Height 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)[2][3][4][5]
Position(s) Striker
Club information
Current team
Ukraine (manager)
Youth career
1986–1993 Dynamo Kyiv
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1994–1999 Dynamo Kyiv 117 (60)
1999–2006 Milan 226 (127)
2006–2009 Chelsea 48 (9)
2008–2009Milan (loan) 18 (0)
2009–2012 Dynamo Kyiv 55 (23)
Total 446 (219)
National team
1994–1995 Ukraine U18 8 (5)
1994–1995 Ukraine U21 7 (6)
1995–2012 Ukraine 111 (48)
Teams managed
2016 Ukraine (assistant)
2016– Ukraine
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Andriy Shevchenko (Ukrainian: Андрі́й Микола́йович Шевче́нко, born 29 September 1976) is a former Ukrainian football player and former politician. He ir current football manager. He played for Dynamo Kyiv, Milan and Chelsea football teams. He was the captain of Ukrainian national football team.

Shevchenko is among top goalscorer in all European competitions.

Biography[change | change source]

Andriy Shevchenko was born in the village of Dvirkivshchyna, Yahotyn district, Kyiv region. Three years after the birth of their son, the Shevchenko family moved to Kyiv, to the Obolon district. There Andrew went to the first class of the 216th high school. At the age of 9 he got into the football section. The first coach is Alexander Shpakov. Parents were initially skeptical of their child's fascination, but the coach was able to convince them.

In 1990, the 14-year-old Dynamo won the Ian Rush Cup in Wales, and Shevchenko became the tournament's top scorer and received a pair of boots from Ian Rush himself. In 1991, the "Dynamo" boys won the USSR championship among boys born in 1976. The team traveled to international tournaments in Europe, including the San Siro in Milan.

Andriy Shevchenko's first appearance in adult football took place in the 1992/93 season. With 12 goals, he became the top scorer of the first league team "Dynamo-2". Then he was invited to the Olympic team of Ukraine, and he appeared in the major leagues. He was first replaced on November 8, 1994 (the game with Shakhtar). At that time, the Dynamo team was coached by Jozef Szabo.

Club career statistics[change | change source]

Club statistics League CupContinentalTotal
SeasonClubLeague AppsGoals AppsGoalsAppsGoalsAppsGoals
UkraineLeague Ukrainian Cup EuropeTotal
1994/95 Dynamo Kyiv Premier League 17 1 4 1 2 1 23 3
1995/96 31 16 5 1 2 2 38 19
1996/97 20 6 0 0 0 0 20 6
1997/98 23 19 8 8 10 6 41 33
1998/99 26 18 4 5 14 10 44 33
ItalyLeague Coppa Italia EuropeTotal
1999/00 Milan Serie A 32 24 5 4 6 1 43 29
2000/01 34 24 3 1 14 9 51 34
2001/02 29 14 3 0 6 3 38 17
2002/03 24 5 4 1 11 4 39 10
2003/04 32 24 2 0 11 5 45 29
2004/05 29 17 1 3 10 6 40 26
2005/06 28 19 0 0 12 9 40 28
EnglandLeague FA Cup EuropeTotal
2006/07 Chelsea Premier League 30 4 11 7 10 3 51 14
2007/08 17 5 3 2 4 1 24 8
ItalyLeague Coppa Italia EuropeTotal
2008/09 Milan Serie A 18 0 1 1 7 1 26 2
EnglandLeague FA Cup EuropeTotal
2009/10 Chelsea Premier League 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
UkraineLeague Ukrainian Cup EuropeTotal
2009/10 Dynamo Kyiv Premier League
Country Ukraine 117 60 21 15 28 19 166 94
Italy 226 127 19 10 77 38 322 175
England 48 9 14 9 14 4 76 22
Total 391 196 54 34 119 61 564 291

International career statistics[change | change source]

[6] [7]

Ukraine national team
YearAppsGoals
1995 2 0
1996 2 1
1997 9 4
1998 5 1
1999 9 2
2000 5 5
2001 9 6
2002 2 0
2003 8 3
2004 6 4
2005 6 2
2006 8 5
2007 8 3
2008 6 3
2009 9 4
Total 94 43

Coach work[change | change source]

The national team of Ukraine[change | change source]

On February 16, 2016, he joined the coaching staff of the national team of Ukraine headed by Mykhailo Fomenko. The first match of the Shevchenko-coach was a friendly game of the national team of Ukraine against the national team of Cyprus, in which the Ukrainians won. He was in the coaching staff during Euro 2016. After the tournament, he became the head coach of the national team of Ukraine. His coaching staff included several foreign experts, including Italians Andrea Mulder and Mauro Tasotti. Mykola Vasylkov, a well-known Ukrainian TV presenter, journalist, and school friend of Shevchenko, became an adviser to the coaching staff on publicity issues.

In July 2016, Shevchenko announced that he would give up a friendly match with the Georgian national team before qualifying for the 2018 World Cup.[8] In the end, Ukraine took third place in the group, beating the teams of Iceland and Croatia.

Despite the failure in the selection for the 2018 World Cup, Andriy's contract with the national team of Ukraine was extended.

Political and social activities[change | change source]

In 1998, Shevchenko joined the SDPU (O). And, as Viktor Medvedchuk claimed in an interview with Ukrayinska Pravda, he remained a member until at least mid-June 2005.[9] In the elections to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on October 28, 2012, Andriy Shevchenko became the second number in the list of Natalia Korolevska's party "Ukraine - Forward!"[10] and contributed 10 million hryvnias in support of this political force. Despite this, the party "Ukraine - Forward!" did not get into parliament, gaining 322,198 votes in Ukraine, or 1.58% of the total number of people who took part in the election.

In May 2018, he signed a letter demanding the release of Ukrainian director Oleg Sentsov, a prisoner in Russia.[11]

Personal life[change | change source]

  • uncle — Vladimir Shevchenko.[16]

References[change | change source]

  1. Hugman, Barry J. (ed) (2007). The PFA Footballers' Who's Who 2007–08. Mainstream. p. 368. ISBN 978-1-84596-246-3.CS1 maint: extra text: authors list (link)
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  5. "La Gazzetta dello Sport I News su Calcio, Basket, NBA, F1 e MotoGp". La Gazzetta dello Sport - Tutto il rosa della vita.
  6. Strack-Zimmermann, Benjamin. "Andriy Shevchenko". www.national-football-teams.com.
  7. "Andriy Shevchenko - Century of International Appearances". www.rsssf.com.
  8. "Шевченко відмовився від товариського матчу збірної України перед стартом у відборі на ЧС-2018". www.unian.ua (in Ukrainian). Retrieved 2021-01-21.
  9. "Виктор Медведчук: "У Тимошенко есть шанс сохраниться и после парламентских выборов"…". Українська правда (in Ukrainian). Retrieved 2021-01-21.
  10. "ЦВК зареєструвала футболіста Шевченка кандидатом у депутати". LB.ua. Retrieved 2021-01-21.
  11. Kitsoft. "Віталій Кличко збирає підписи відомих спортсменів та футболістів під листом із вимогою звільнити Олега Сенцова". Офіційний портал КМДА - Головна (in Ukrainian). Retrieved 2021-01-21.
  12. "Кристен Пазик | Энциклопедия футбола | ПРО ФУТБОЛ". profootball.ua. Retrieved 2021-01-21.
  13. 13.0 13.1 "Мнения - Рубрика - TCH.ua". ТСН.ua (in Russian). Retrieved 2021-01-21.
  14. "Кристиан Шевченко весит 3250..." Sports.ru. Retrieved 2021-01-21.
  15. "Шевченко посвятил гол новорожденному сыну". korrespondent.net (in Russian). Retrieved 2021-01-21.
  16. old.dynamo.kiev.ua http://old.dynamo.kiev.ua/Press/Interv10/sheva23.htm. Retrieved 2021-01-21. Missing or empty |title= (help)