Andriy Shevchenko leaves his role as Ukraine manager

Andriy Shevchenko leaves his role as Ukraine manager just weeks after guiding his country to the quarter finals of Euro 2020

  • Andriy Shevchenko confirmed his departure as manager via an Instagram post
  • Shevchenko was appointed boss in July 2016 and was took charge of 52 games
  • The 44-year-old made 111 appearances and scored 48 goals for the Ukraine 











Andriy Shevchenko has left his role as manager of Ukraine, just weeks after guiding his country to the quarter finals of Euro 2020.

The 44-year-old was appointed manager of the Ukrainian national team in July 2016 and was in charge for a total of 52 games, including five games at this summer’s Euros. 

The former AC Milan and Chelsea striker announced his departure via an Instagram post, published earlier today. 

Andriy Shevchenko has left his role as manager of the Ukrainian national team 

Shevchenko was in charge for five years and guided Ukraine to the quarter finals of Euro 2020

Shevchenko was in charge for five years and guided Ukraine to the quarter finals of Euro 2020

‘Today, my contract with the Ukrainian Football Association came to the end,’ he confirmed. 

Shevchenko, who made 111 appearances for the Ukraine, scoring 48 goals between 1995-2012 enjoyed a glittering playing career mostly spent with Dynamo Kiev; where he won five Ukrainian titles.

In 2004 he joined Italian giants AC Milan and enjoyed more success winning the Champions League in 02/03 and the Serie A title the following season. 

Shevchenko won Serie A and the Champions League during his time with AC Milan

Shevchenko won Serie A and the Champions League during his time with AC Milan

He then joined Chelsea, but his spell in west London was rather less memorable; Shevchenko only scored 22 goals across two seasons before he re-joined Milan on loan for the 08/09 season.

However, he failed to recapture his previous form at the San Siro and returned to Stamford Bridge for the final season of his contract.

Shevchenko then returned to former club Dynamo Kiev and retired from football in 2012. 

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