Genoa has announced the appointment of Andriy Shevchenko as its new trainer. A day after sacking Davide Ballardini
Genoa have had a poor performance under Ballardini, having last matched only to a 2-2 draw at Empoli in Serie A on Friday. Made just one win out of 11 matches this season. Genoa recently announced the appointment of Shevchenko as their new coach on Sunday 7 November, signing a contract until 2024.
Shevchenko’s performance as a player has made his name in Serie A with AC Milan twice between 1999-2006 and 2008-2009. With the first being the Ballon d’Or in 2004 and Become a legendary striker of the Black Red Devils.
While the work as a coach He started out as right-hand man Mikhail Fomenko in the Ukraine national team in 2016. Before stepping up as a full team manager later. And control the team until the end of Euro 2020, which led the team to reach the final 8 teams to step down.
He retired at Dinamo Kiev in 2012 becoming assistant manager to Mykhaylo Fomenko on the Ukraine bench from February to July 2016, before his promotion to the senior role.
Sheva left in August 2021 after 52 competitive matches in charge of his country. In which he took them to UEFA EURO 2020.
He oversaw 25 victories, 13 draws and 14 defeats, in which Ukraine scored 71 goals and conceded 62.