Andriy Voronin is a Ukrainian soccer player, coach of the Ukrainian national soccer team.
Andriy Voronin was born in Odessa July 21, 1979.
He played in the school of FC Chernomorets (Odessa).
In 1995 he moved to Germany, where he accepted the offer of the soccer club Borussia Mönchengladbach. He played his first Bundesliga game against Bayern (Munich). Later he moved to Mainz FC, playing for which he was named top scorer of the season.
In 2002, he accepted the invitation to play for the Ukrainian national soccer team. He left the team only after the Euro 2012.
Season 2003-2004, he already played for the team "Cologne".
From 2007 to 2009, he played for the London "Liverpool", at the same time, he played a year on loan in the German club "Bertha".
In 2010, for two million euros he moved to FC Dynamo (Moscow), where he played until 2014. Dinamo Moscow became the last team in the sporting career of Andrei Voronin as a player.
In 2017 he signed a contract as a coach with German "Büderich". A season later, he took the position of selective coach in the Ukrainian national team.
Andrei Voronin's statistics
During his career, Andrei Voronin played a total of 391 games, scoring a total of 115 goals.
Among the personal achievements of Andrei Voronin include:
The title of Honored Master of Sports of Ukraine.
The Order "For Courage" III degree
The best scorer of the second Bundesliga.
One of the 33 best players of Russia in 2011.
The title of the best footballer of the CIS and Baltic countries according to Sport-Express.
The title of the best footballer of the year in Ukraine according to the newspaper Ukrainian Football.
The title of the best player of Dynamo Moscow in 2011 according to the fans.
The title of the best player of the year 2011 according to Sport-Express.
Besides, Andrii Voronin was included nine times in the list of the best players of Ukraine.
Andriy Voronin was married twice. From his first marriage he has a daughter Maria. Now lives with his wife Yulia, raises two sons - Andrei and Daniel and two daughters - Maria and Sonya.