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Born September 29, 1976, Yagotin, Kiev region, USSR (Ukraine) - Ukrainian footballer who played as a striker.
The first years of his life were spent in Dvorkovshchina, then in 1979 the family moved to Kiev, to one of the new urban districts - Obolon.
Andrei took his first steps in football on the sports ground of secondary school No. 216 (here he studied from the first to the tenth grade, in 1983-1993). He played for the ZhEK team, which was led by a female instructor. At one of the children's tournaments Shevchenko was noticed by the coach of the children's and youth sports school of Kiev "Dynamo" Alexander Shpakov, having invited him to his class.
Andrei's parents were initially against their son's hobby. Nikolai Shevchenko wanted the heir to follow in his footsteps after leaving school - to become a military man. And it was necessary to travel to trainings across the whole city. But Shpakov convinced Nikolai Grigorievich and Andrei's mother, Lyubov Nikolaevna, that their child had prospects in football. But playing sports was almost erased by the accident at the nuclear power plant in Chernobyl. In the spring of 1986, Kiev schoolchildren were hastily taken away from the regions "marked" by radiation. Returning home, Andrey continued to play football.
In 1990, at the Ian Russia Cup friendly tournament, Andrei became the top scorer, and the youngest of all the participants. The star of the Liverpool football club and the Welsh national team Ian Rush presented Shevchenko with new boots after the match.
The team in which Shevchenko played (in 1992 Shpakova will be replaced by Alexander Lysenko), in August 1991 became the winner of the last USSR championship among young men born in 1976. In its composition, Shevchenko, who started as a defensive midfielder, won his first international prizes and titles.
In 1986 Shevchenko failed to enter a football school. Despite this, he attracted the attention of Dynamo Kiev scouts by playing in the youth tournament. In 1990 he played in the Ian Rush Cup where he became the top scorer and received boots from Ian Rush. In the 1993/94 season, Shevchenko became Dynamo-2's top scorer, scoring 12 goals. Shevchenko's debut in the main team took place on November 8, 1994, in Donetsk, in a match against Shakhtar.
In May 1999, Shevchenko was bought by Milan for $ 25 million. Shevchenko made his debut in the team on August 21, 1999 in the Italian Super Cup match against Parma.
After seven years of playing for Italian Milan, Shevchenko decided to move to London, to Roman Abramovich's Chelsea club. The amount of his transfer was about 30 million pounds.
On 23 August 2008, after two years in London, Chelsea's official website announced Shevchenko's return to Milan on a one-year lease with a possible buyout option. When he returned, Shevchenko played under the 76th number, since his favorite "seven" was occupied by Alexandre Pato.
was informed on 12 June 2009 that Milan would not renew Shevchenko's lease and would need to return to Chelsea, with which the contract would remain in force for another year.
On 27 August 2009, Chelsea head coach Carlo Ancelotti told Shevchenko that he had no plans to include him in the Champions League bid. On August 29, Shevchenko signed a 2 + 1 contract with Dynamo Kiev, having received the seventh number.
At the beginning of the 2010/11 season he became the team captain. In early 2011, the new head coach Yuri Semin appointed the team's veteran Shovkovsky captain.
Andrey made his national team debut in 1995. In total, he played with the national team in two big tournaments - the 2006 World Championship and the 2012 European Championship. Gruvemuveend
on July 27, 2012 announced the end of his sports career and his retirement into politics to take part in the 2012 parliamentary elections in the project "Ukraine - Forward!". As a result, Shevchenko's party failed to get into parliament.
November 12, 2012 FFU offered him a vacant position as head coach of the Ukrainian national team. Subsequently, Shevchenko rejected all job offers before the end of the coaching courses, which he began in April 2013 and graduated in March 2015, having received a PRO coaching license.
On February 16, 2016, Shevchenko entered the coaching staff of the Ukrainian national team, with which he took part in Euro 2016.
On July 15, 2016, the Executive Committee of the FFU Shevchenko was approved as the head coach of the Ukrainian national team, replacing Mikhail Fomenko.
Andriy Shevchenko is the top scorer in the history of the Ukrainian national team (48 goals). Since July 15, 2016 - head coach of the Ukrainian national team.
Winner of the 2004 Golden Ball. Twice became the top scorer of the Champions League, twice - the Italian championship. The second scorer in the history of Milan, the top scorer in the history of the Milan derby. He was recognized as the best football player in Ukraine six times. Honored Master of Sports of Ukraine.