18 Facts About Andriy Voronin


Andriy Viktorovych Voronin is a Ukrainian professional football manager and a former player.


At international level, Andriy Voronin played 74 matches for Ukraine from his debut in 2002.


Andriy Voronin was in their squad for the 2006 FIFA World Cup and UEFA Euro 2012, after which he retired from international football.


Andriy Voronin was born in Odessa on 21 July 1979, to a Ukrainian Jewish mother and a Russian father.


Andriy Voronin left his youth club Chornomorets Odessa in 1995 to move to Germany, where he joined Borussia Monchengladbach.


Andriy Voronin made his debut in the German Bundesliga against Bayern Munich in 1997 at the age of 18, but went on to spend a couple of years mainly in Monchengladbach's youth teams.


Andriy Voronin became Mainz' leading striker in his two seasons at the club, and in his third season became the top scorer in the 2.

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Andriy Voronin decided not to renew his contract and ultimately chose to continue his career with 1.


Koln were relegated at the end of the season, however Andriy Voronin stayed in the top flight after signing for Bayer Leverkusen.


Andriy Voronin was unveiled as a Liverpool player on 6 July 2007 after signing a four-year deal.


On 25 August 2007, Andriy Voronin scored his first Premier League goal against Sunderland in the 87th minute.


Andriy Voronin carried on his scoring record against Tottenham Hotspur by scoring in a win over the north London club on the last day of the season.


On 25 January 2008, Andriy Voronin injured his ankle during training.


Andriy Voronin underwent surgery and made a small number of appearances at the end of the season but failed to make an impact.


Andriy Voronin had a particularly poor day as he missed various opportunities to score including a one-on-one with Hugo Lloris.


Andriy Voronin was later substituted for Ryan Babel who scored Liverpool's goal.


Anyway, we count on Andriy Voronin, especially considering his young age.


Andriy Voronin was in the Ukrainian squad for the 2006 FIFA World Cup, in which Ukraine got to the quarter-finals, beaten by the eventual winners, Italy.