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Andriy Shevchenko

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Born
1976 (45 years old)

Birth Place
Dvirkivshchyna, Ukrainian SSR, USSR

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Ukraine

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Andriy Mykolayovych Shevchenko (Ukrainian: Андрій Миколайович Шевченко, born 29 September 1976) is a Ukrainian politician, football manager and former professional player who played as a striker for Dynamo Kyiv, A.C. Milan, Chelsea and the Ukraine national team. From February to July 2016, he was an assistant coach of the Ukraine national team, at the time led by Mykhaylo Fomenko. In July 2016, shortly after the nation's elimination from UEFA Euro 2016, Shevchenko was appointed Ukraine's head coach.

Shevchenko is ranked as the sixth top goalscorer in all European competitions with 67 goals. With a tally of 176 goals scored for Milan, Shevchenko is the second most prolific player in the history of the club, and is also the all-time top scorer of the Derby della Madonnina (the derby between Milan and their local rivals Inter Milan) with 14 goals. Furthermore, he is the all-time top scorer for the Ukrainian national team with 48 goals.

Shevchenko's career has been highlighted by many awards, the most prestigious of which was the Ballon d'Or in 2004 (becoming the third Ukrainian, after Oleg Blokhin and Igor Belanov, to receive it). He won the UEFA Champions League in 2003 with Milan, and he has also won various league and cup titles in Ukraine, Italy and England. He was also a Champions League runner-up in 2005 and 2008. He was named in the FIFA World XI for 2005.

In his illustrious international career, the striker led Ukraine as captain to the quarter-finals in their first ever FIFA World Cup appearance in 2006, and also took part at UEFA Euro 2012 on home soil.

On 28 July 2012, Shevchenko announced that he was quitting football for politics. He stood for election to the Ukrainian Parliament in the October 2012 Ukrainian parliamentary election, but his party failed to win parliamentary representation.


Career Honours


2006-2007

Chelsea


2005

Milan


2005

Milan


2004

Milan


2004

Milan


2004

Milan


2003-2004

Milan


2003-2004

Milan


2003

Milan


2002-2003

Milan


2002-2003

Milan


1999-2000

Milan


1998-1999

Dynamo Kiev


1997-1998

Dynamo Kiev


1996-1997

Dynamo Kiev


1995-1996

Dynamo Kiev


1994-1995

Dynamo Kiev

Former Youth Teams

1986-1993

Former Senior Teams

1993-1999

1995-2012

1999-2006

2006-2009

2008-2009 (Loan)

2009-2012

Former Club Staff

2016-2016
Assistant Manager


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