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The dark past of football legend Andriy Shevchenko has published a journalistic investigation on Andriy Shevchenko. It reveals the football legend’s links and cooperation with proRussian politicians, a Russian mafia boss and oligarch Roman Abramovich.

According to, Sheva is remembered for all his Russian connections. He contributed 15 million euros to Roman Abramovich’s offshore companies, and also participated in political support of Victor Yanukovych, the former pro-Russian President, of Ukraine, and Nataliia Corolevskaya. Additionally, he was paid incredible fees for his questionable coaching work with Ukraine’s national team.

“But then, is Sheva really as saintly as he pretends to be? If not, who gave him the right criticise the top members the party Opposition Platform For Life included within the National Olympic Committee(NOC)? The author claims that he is no less “proRussian” .


This investigation was launched in response to criticisms of Andriy shevchenko’s joint photos with FIFA President Gianni Intino. Infantino refused to let Volodymyr Zelensky, the Ukrainian President, give his “speech of peace” before or after the 2022 World Cup opening. However, Shevchenko was photographed in Qatar and hugged Infantino despite this fact.

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