Andrey Voronin - Biography


The trainee of the youth team Chernomorets. He played for local clubs in Germany (1995/2007). Won the title of the Second Bundesliga top scorer. He has been playing for Borussia since 1995. He started in the Bundesliga at the age of eighteen, played seven matches and scored once. Then there was Mainz, where Andrey Voronin became the main forward scoring twenty goals.

In 2002 he was invited to the Ukrainian national team and played against the Romania national team; Voronin and the team got the victory hitting the opponent's goal four times. Due to twenty goals scored in the second Bundesliga, Dynamo became interested in Andrey. The call to the national team came; Voronin scored a goal in Euro 2004 qualifier against Spain. In Germany, the footballer was in great demand. By the way, if you are an avid football fan, we recommend that you visit the page of the best sports betting sites in India and choose one of the best bookmakers.

Dangerous football player Andrey Voronin

Next transfer was to Bayer – the striker has recently scored them two goals, you know, if you want to defeat your opponent, make him your friend. The tactic worked perfectly. Media considered Voronin a dangerous player. On February 18, 2007, he signed an agreement with Liverpool, scored the debut goal to Toulouse in the Champions League qualifier, which gained the win for his team. A year later, the lease took place and the talented athlete went to Hertha. The first goal he scored in the match against Bayer, then he made the first double against Bayern and the hat-trick against Energie.

On May 25, 2009, Voronin returned to Liverpool, but a year later Andrey changed his mind –as he got tired of friendship with the bench – and rushed to Dynamo. Such a step costed 2 million euros. The debut for the club appeared in the game against Cartagena, where he managed to score a goal. This was followed by a debut in the Russian Premier League in a game against Spartak, which took place on March 10. Dynamo secured a victory 1-0.

Later, Andrey scored his 100th goal in a match against Lokomotiv. The contract with Dynamo was signed till 2014. The fans acknowledged Voronin as the top footballer, and the newspapers recognized him the best Ukrainian player of 2011. Do you want more interesting publications about football? Subscribe to India Football Blog updates and get the latest posts straight to your email.

His career in the national team has terminated with the end of Euro 2012. Andrey quarreled with his coach, and rushed to Fortuna, which, by the way, he regretted. He didn’t get into the starting lineup, got a broken nose and a couple of other injuries. It is right, there were bad moments. And where did you think the footballer went on 06/02/13? In Dynamo, where in the match against Volga of the 22nd Russian Federation Championship 2013/14 he scored on his return. In the 8th day against Ural he made a hat-trick, scoring 3 times in the first half. He suffered a neck injury and needed a surgery.

Let's take a look at what our hero has achieved in his career, here's a list for you:

  1. Finalist of the Russian Cup (2012);
  2. He has "For Courage" medal of the third degree;
  3. In the list of the thirty-three best players of the Russian Championship (2011-2012);
  4. Top scorer of the 2nd Bundesliga (2003);
  5. Player of the Year in Ukraine (2011);
  6. In the list of the best players in Ukraine (2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2011, 2013).

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