Andriy Yarmolenko


Andriy Yarmolenko among those leaving West Ham as contract expires

West Ham have confirmed Ukraine international Andriy Yarmolenko will follow Mark Noble out of the London Stadium when his contract expires next month. The 32-year-old forward never managed to hold down a place in David Moyes’ side and will now be looking for a new club from June 30.
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Andriy Yarmolenko gives gifts to Ukrainian refugee children after final West Ham home game

Andriy Yarmolenko gave gifts to Ukrainian refugee children in his final act before departing West Ham’s London Stadium for the last time on Sunday.Yarmolenko’s four-year spell with the Hammers will come to an end this summer, and he played his final home game as West Ham drew 2-2 with Manchester City. The 32-year-old has become a popular figure in east London and came on as a substitute in the final minute to an ovation from the crowd. Afterwards he posed for pictures on the pitch with his wife and two sons besides a Ukrainian flag. And the winger, who has...

Andriy Yarmolenko reveals bust-up with former Ukraine teammate Anatoliy Tymoshchuk

West Ham forward Andriy Yarmolenko has revealed his bust-up with former Ukraine teammate Anatoliy Tymoshchuk.The 32-year-old was left furious with Tymoshchuk after he refused to publicly condemn Russia’s invasion of his home country in Ukraine. He has also been widely criticised for continuing his role as assistant coach at Russian top flight club Zenit St Petersburg.This was something Yarmolenko was keen to address with a man he spent seven years playing alongside for the national team.Speaking to Zorya Londonsk, he said: “I asked him (Tymoshchuk) ‘how do you sleep at night?’ He replied ‘I don’t sleep’.“Then he called me. I...

Andriy Yarmolenko hits extra-time winner as superb West Ham progress to Europa League quarter-finals

Whether this was to be the end of West Ham's European dream or one of the most celebrated nights in their recent history, the Hammers were always going to come out swinging.And when you come at the kings, you best not miss, or you will go down swinging.Sevilla are indisputably Europa League royalty, their six crowns putting them three ahead of the closest pretenders to the throne, and this year's final is even set to be staged in their castle: the Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan. It was in that stadium that Sevilla secured a 1-0 win in the first leg of this...
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West Ham vs. Sevilla: Andriy Yarmolenko sends Europa League giants crashing out at raucous London Stadium

LONDON -- The biggest night West Ham have seen since moving to the London Stadium? Certainly. The best? Undoubtedly. Well... so far. Tomas Soucek and, for the second time in a few days, Andriy Yarmolenko were the scorers in Thursday's 2-0 extra time win over Sevilla that saw the Hammers advance to the Europa League quarterfinals, but this was a team effort on and off the pitch. Sevilla, kings of the Europa League, robbed of the seventh heaven that would have come from lifting this trophy in their own ground. Might it just be West Ham celebrating in the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan come May? They certainly have quite the secret weapon to get them through the next two rounds.

Andriy Yarmolenko nets extra-time winner as West Ham stun Sevilla

Andriy Yarmolenko climbed off the bench to sink Sevilla as West Ham prolonged their European adventure with a dramatic extra-time win.The Hammers, debutants in the knockout stage of the Europa League, stunned one of the tournament favourites and six-time winners at a raucous London Stadium.Trailing 1-0 from the first leg, Tomas Soucek headed West Ham level in the first half.And on a genuine European glory night, reminiscent of Upton Park in its heyday, Yarmolenko fired the Hammers to a 2-1 aggregate victory and into a historic quarter-final.West Ham, who looked comfortable at this level throughout the group stage, went straight...