Shevchenko to join coaching staff of Ukrainian national football team
Andriy Shevchenko will assist the coach of the team
Former striker of Dynamo, Milan and Chelsea Andriy Shevchenko will assist the coach of Ukrainian national football team. Sport Arena informs that Shevchenko has already confirmed his plans to join the coaching staff of the team.
Shevchenko will substitute Oleksandr Zavarov, who has been on the position for three years, assisting coach Mykhailo Fomenko.
So far Shevchenko has had no coaching experience. The former football player received PRO-diploma in 2015 after finishing a course.
Earlier President of the Football Federation of Ukraine Andriy Pavelko explained his decision to bring in Shevchenko: he has experience working with prominent world coaches and foreign language skills.
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