Andriy Shevchenko

Andriy Shevchenko: From national hero to Europe’s next top boss?

For every Zinedine Zidane or Pep Guardiola, there are countless legendary players turned coaches that couldn’t translate their genius on the pitch into the dugout. Alan Shearer has not returned to management since his short stint at Newcastle United ended in relegation. Juventus’ iconic former midfielder Andrea Pirlo failed to deliver a 10th-successive Scudetto and was promptly sacked after just one season.
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Roman Yaremchuk speaks about Ukraine and Andriy Shevchenko

Roman Yaremchuk says he loves playing under legendary striker Andriy Shevchenko as Ukraine prepare for EURO 2020. The Gent striker witnessed current Ukraine manager Shevchenko's last goals for the national team in 2012 and will be the Yellow and Blue's leading threat up front this summer.
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Andriy Shevchenko admits the 'wound is still bleeding' from the 2005 Champions League capitulation in Istanbul and AC Milan striker would 'wake up SCREAMING in the middle of the night' thinking about Liverpool's famous comeback

Istanbul, A.C. Milan, Andriy Shevchenko, Liverpool F.C., 2004–05 UEFA Champions League, Carlo Ancelotti, 2005 UEFA Champions League Final, Hernán Crespo, Jerzy Dudek, Xabi Carita Alonso. Andriy Shevchenko has revealed that he has still not got over AC Milan's collapse against Liverpool in the 2005 Champions League final. Carlo Ancelotti's men...
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Didier Drogba wanted to 'KILL' Tal Ben Haim over a tackle, Michael Essien 'snapped' Andriy Shevchenko... and Jose Mourinho 'thrived off' it! Steve Sidwell lifts the lid on boss's culture at Chelsea - and insists Spurs players aren't 'buying into it'

Steve Sidwell believes there is a spark missing at Tottenham under Jose Mourinho compared to his first spell at Chelsea, where players were always playing on the competitive limit even in training - with stars sometimes wanting to 'kill' each other. Spurs suffered a third straight defeat in the Premier...

Frank Lampard hopes Timo Werner and Kai Havertz can emulate Eden Hazard despite slow starts... but as Andriy Shevchenko and Fernando Torres have proved, Chelsea's big-money moves don't always work out

Frank Lampard remains optimistic that expensive summer arrivals Timo Werner and Kai Havertz can still be a success at Chelsea. The German pair did both score in Sunday's 4-0 FA Cup win over League Two side Morecambe to end goal droughts. But more might reasonably have been expected of two...

Remembering Andriy Shevchenko's Chelsea career

On 31 May 2006 Chelsea announced that, after several failed attempts, they had finally secured the signing of Andriy Shevchenko. The £30m+ they paid was, at the time, the sixth highest transfer fee ever and it also eclipsed the British transfer record. Despite this, few argued that the Ukrainian was not worth the money. He was considered one of, if not the, best striker on the planet at the time, netting 175 goals in just over 300 games for Milan and even winning the 2004 Ballon d'Or.