A return to Italy as coach for former AC Milan striker Andry Shevchenko, who has been sacked as Genoa ‘s new head coach until 2024.
After Genoa’s draw with Empoli on Friday night became the last straw,
“Grifone” went down to circle the relegation zone, but they let Shevchenko take over as the main spearhead in the pro. New jets and save the club situation.
“Starting a new path by bringing Genoa back into great history once again,” Shevchenko posted on social media
Genoa, also releasing a statement confirming the 45-year-old would take over. The contract lasts until 2024. When he
was a player, Shevchenko was familiar with Serie A. Well, he played for Milan twice between 1999-2006 and on loan back from Chelsea in the 2008-09 season.
He hung stud with great Dynamo Kiev in 2012 and became assistant manager of Camp Lo Four for Tango in the Ukrainian national team at the 2016 before going on to catch the coach full after
Shevchenko. resigned from that position in August. After 52 games in charge of Ukraine, including taking the team to the Euros in mid-year
Ukraine have won 25 games, 13 draws and 14 defeats during Shevchenko’s tenure.