BREAKING: Andriy Shevchenko Has A New Job In Football
Andriy Shevchenko has taken his first steps into football management, having been appointed the new Ukraine manager.
The former Chelsea striker joined the coaching set-up for the Ukraine national team at the Euro's where the team crashed out in the group stages.
And he has now stepped up to become the new manager, replacing Mykhaylo Fomenko. Shevchenko reportedly turned down the job a couple of years back but has penned a two-year contract this time around, with the option to extend for a further two years.
Andriy Shevchenko @jksheva7 officially appointed as #Ukraine NT coach. He signed 2-year deal with an option to extend for 2 more years.
- Ukrainian Football (@UkraineFooty) July 15, 2016
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His coaching staff will include key members from AC Milan's hierarchy; Mauro Tassotti will be his assistant manager while match analyst Andrea Maldera has also joined his team along with former Dnipro assistant Raul Riancho.
After dazzling Ukraine fans as a player for so many years, he will now look to inspire the nation in a managerial capacity.
From Ukraine's top goalscorer to first-team boss, all the best to Shevchenko in his new role.