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The head coach is Redknapp, the main partner is Shishkin, the main rival is Ignashevich. Facts about Pavlyuchenko

Date: June 25, 2024 Time: 11:39:24

If this happens, he will formally return to professional football for the second time. The first time this happened in 2018, when after the Moscow “Ararat” he rested for six months, until the Noginsk “Znamya” called him. Since then, he has made two transitions back and forth, and in October last year, as part of the Bandera, he received a long suspension in the second league and announced his retirement.

At the same time, he last played above the third league in the hierarchy of Russian professional football in the 2016/17 season, when in 21 games for Ural he scored four goals: Ufa, Rubin, Orenburg and Akhmat.

Let’s recall other highlights in the career of one of the brightest Russian strikers of the 21st century.

MAIN TEAM – Spartak (189 appearances, 89 goals and 20 assists)

Wearing a red and white jersey, Pavlyuchenko raced for five and a half years, winning the Russian Cup and three sets of silver medals during this time. It is noteworthy that, contrary to impressions, Tottenham ranks second in terms of the number of matches – 42 goals in 113 games. The Sleeping Giant did a good job dusting himself off in England, and it’s a shame he returned to Russia early.

HEAD COACH – Harry Redknapp (42 goals in 108 games)

The same goes for the coach. Despite the belief that Redknapp did not trust the striker too much, he did not play for anyone that often. True, the fact that Spurs, unlike Russian clubs, did not change coaches like smartphones plays a role here. Still, it’s impressive that under Redknapp, Roman played twice as many matches as under second-placed Vladimir Fedotov (24 goals in 53 matches).

And it’s also worth acknowledging that Pavlyuchenko was impressively productive against Stanislav Cherchesov: 25+5 in 40 matches.

MAIN PARTNER – Roman Shishkin (164 joint matches)

The list of Pavlyuchenko’s main partners is logically dominated by Spartak players, but her romance with the namesake Roman turned out to be much longer, because later they also played together for Lokomotiv, the Russian national team and Noginsk. As a result, they spent 10,662 minutes together on the field and personally organized six goals, five of which occurred in the rojiblancos’ period of play (it stands out that they scored two goals against… Loko).

Pavlyuchenko’s top 5 career senior partners also include Yegor Titov (136 caps), Vedran Chorluka (126, met at Tottenham before Loko), Maxim Kalinichenko (110), Radoslaw Kovacs (107) and Wojciech Kowalewski (105 ) . The best results of his team were shown when Roman entered the field with Kovacs (1.79 points per game), and he was the most productive with passes from Titov (20 goals) and Vladimir Bystrov (12).

MAIN OPPONENT – Sergey Ignashevich (18 games against)

Pavlyuchenko has the same number of games against Andrei Arshavin and Yuri Zhirkov, but, firstly, they spent more time on the field with Ignashevich (1408 minutes), and secondly, they were direct opponents. And the defender became a real nightmare for the striker – his teams (Loko and CSKA) scored 13 wins in these games with four draws and only one (!) Loss. So Ignashevich pulled out three trophies under the striker’s nose: two Super Cups (2004, 2006) and one Russian Cup (2006).

But Pavlyuchenko has even deadlier stats in games against Igor Akinfeev: two draws and 11 losses. But Rostovites Milos Krushchich (9-0-1) and Mikhail Osinov (8-1-1), as well as Samarans Anton Bobr (8-2-3), are always happy.

FAVORITE CUSTOMER – Rostov (16 goals)

Pavlyuchenko hit the yellow-blues the hardest: 13 goals and two assists in 22 games. Also, Roman beat Rostovites in the composition of Rotor (3 goals in 5 matches) and Spartak (9 goals in 9 games), but in Loko it did not work out at all – only 1 accurate hit in 9 matches. And it was the victory over Rostov in 2003 that brought Pavlyuchenko the only trophy – the Russian Cup. And it was he who, in the 28th minute, found Titov’s head in the penalty area.

THE BIGGEST WINS I HAVE A HAND IN:

Lokomotiv – Rostov 5:0 (goal), Tottenham – Middlesbrough 4:0 (goal), Spartak – Hacken 5:0 (hat-trick), Russia – Andorra 6:0 (goal)

It is worth adding that he won the biggest victories at the club level with Spartak – 6: 0 over Amkar and Okean in 2004-2005, but in the first case he went out for only 15 minutes, and in the second it is about beating a team from the lower leagues.

HAT-TRICKS – Hacken (5:0), Armenia (3:1), Lokomotiv (3:4), Kuban (4:0)

One of the most incredible matches in Pavlyuchenko’s career took place in September 2007. Then he managed to break Ivan Pelizzoli three times, in the 20th minute Spartak led 2:0, in the 76th Roman tied (3:3), but Spartak he still did not survive, conceding in the compensated fourth minute. It was in that game that Titov, Bystrov and Shishkin helped Roman.

MOST PERFORMING GAME – Spartak – Hacken 5:0 (3+1)

That night, UEFA Cup side Spartak faced a modest Swedish side at the Luzhniki. Largely thanks to Pavlyuchenko, who scored a hat-trick in the 19th minute (you wouldn’t believe it, with passes from Titov, Bystrov and Shishkin!). And in the second half, he helped Titov himself distinguish himself.

This was the beginning of a brilliant path in modern times: the red-and-whites got into the group, from which, having beaten the houses of Bayer and Zurich, they left second place, and then almost won Marseille back 0: 3 – in ” Luzhniki, Pavlyuchenko, having played on rebounds, made the score 2-0 in the 85th minute, but the final assault of the hosts was still not crowned with success.

DEBUT RPL – Lokomotiv NN – Rotor 0:1 (18 years, 5 months and 24 days)

At the highest level, Georgy Yartsev was the first to control Pavlyuchenko, who demonstrated his ability to work with young talents at Spartak. In his first match, Pavlyuchenko replaced Denis Zubko, who had four caps under his belt for the Russian national team. It happened already in the year 2000… To understand how long ago, it is enough to say that Jude Bellingham was born three years after this event.

INTEGRAL GOALS – England (double) and Holland in the qualification and quarterfinals of Euro 2008

The most significant event in the history of the Russian national team is the bronze medals of the European Championship. In qualifying, Pavlyuchenko did the impossible when he turned the match against the British in Luzhniki (2: 1) with two well-aimed blows. And he had enough for this 15 minutes after the substitution. He then performed well at the Euros, hitting the gates of Spain, Sweden and the Netherlands, but it was the last goal that made Russia happy: without his 56th-minute shot there would have been no extra time, two brilliant touches from Andrey. Arshavin.

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Puck Henry
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