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Andriy Shevchenko




Andriy Shevchenko was born on September 29, 1976 in the small

village of Dvirkivshchyna in the Ukrainian province of Kyiv. It seems

like he has been playing soccer ever since that day, and he has

certainly excelled at it. When Shevchenko was only nine years old,

Olexandr Shpakov recruited him to play for the Dynamo Kyiv youth soccer

league. He spent about ten years playing the junior leagues for Dynamo.

During this time, he won numerous awards, including several for top



In the 1994/1995 season, Shevchenko made his “major league” debut

with Dynamo Kyiv. He only scored one goal, but in a 1999 article in

World Soccer magazine, he states, “I'll remember that goal for the rest

of my life… After a corner-kick the ball came off one of the defenders

and I blasted it into the top corner of the net."


Since his first goal of his professional career, Shevchenko has

taken off and never looked back. He has been named top scorer for five

years in a row, and has played in numerous championship games. He led

his team to the Ukrainian Gold five years in a row, and was named

Ukrainian Footballer of the year four times.


In 1999, Shevchenko signed a $16.3 deal to play for AC Milan in

Italy. Just recently, he extended his contract, which was set to expire

in 2005, for another four years. In the beginning of his time with AC

Milan, Shevchenko went through a bit of a slump, but this his game has

picked up this year, as he was named Serie A Top Scorer for the second



Aside from being a world-class soccer (or football, whichever you

prefer) player, Shevchenko also seems to be a genuinely nice person.


The club will miss Shevchenko enormously. As head coach Valeri

Lobanovsky puts it: "He has everything a striker needs -- good vision,

incredible pace and physical strength, plus the most important factor of

all, which is feeling for the goal, where it is in relation to the part

of the pitch in which he happens to be. He also likes to work in

training and is learning more and more about the game's tactical side."


Dynamo president Hryhori Surkis has no fears about Shevchenko's future,

saying: "He is very mature for such a young man, a strong personality

who can overcome every possible problem."


Dynamo players are sure that their soon-to-depart colleague will do

well. Fellow striker Serhi Rebrov says: "Playing with Andri is a

pleasure, and I have learned a lot from him since we teamed up in 1995.

He will develop in a truly great player."


Defender Yuri Dmytrulin adds: "I can imagine how difficult it must be to

oppose him. I'm glad I don't have to."


Shevchenko seems to make every attempt to give credit where it is due.

He has been quoted numerous times as saying that every win was a team

effort, giving credit to his teammates, even if Shevchenko was the

person who scored the winning goal.


Because of Shevchnko’s popularity and winning personality, he is a great

help in bringing positive press to Ukraine, something that Ukraine is in

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