Sergey Yurievich Shishchenko ( Ukrainian Sergiy Yuriyovich Shishchenko ; January 13, 1976, Siryaki , Kharkov region , Ukrainian SSR , USSR ) - Ukrainian footballer , striker . In the past, a player of the national team of Ukraine . Known for playing for Metallurg Donetsk, the top scorer of the Ukrainian Championship 2001/02 . He is one of the champions in the number of matches played in the championship of Ukraine . The only footballer who managed to make a hat-trick in two games in a row in the framework of the top division of the Ukrainian championship. Held more than 450 official matches in the Ukrainian teams over the years of independence, after the completion of his active career, the player became a football coach .
|Full name||Sergey Yurievich Shishchenko|
|Born||January 13, 1976 (aged 43)|
Siryaki , Dergachevsky district , Kharkov region , Ukrainian SSR , USSR
He spent most of his career in Donetsk Metallurg . He also played in clubs: Metalist (Kharkov) , Shakhtar (Donetsk) , Chernomorets (Odessa) , Metallurg (Zaporozhye) and Krivbass (Kryvyi Rih) . He was on loan at Niva (Ternopil) and Ilyichevts (Mariupol) .
At the club level, he performed under the guidance of such coaches as: Miron Markevich , Vyacheslav Grozny , Nikolai Pavlov , Valery Yaremchenko , Semyon Altman , Nikolai Kostov and Alexander Sevidov .
Having passed the school of Kharkov “Jupiter” , the 17-year-old Sergey drew attention to the coaching staff of the Kharkov “Metalist” . With whom in 1993 he signed his first professional contract, which allowed him to make his debut in the Premier League of Ukraine on June 20 of that year.
Before the 1994/95 season, Shishchenko signs a contract with Donetsk Shakhtar and, under the leadership of Valery Yaremchenko, will make his debut in his team. After 9 matches (1 goal) in the championship and 3 matches in the Cup of Ukraine , he was leased to Ternopol Niva , in connection with the departure of the head coach.
With the return of Yaremchenko, Shishchenko returns from lease and spends a full season with the Pitmen (14 matches in the championship, 3 matches in the cup and 3 in the European competition). Over the years that Shishchenko spent in Donetsk, he won two Ukrainian cups and a silver medalist of the national championship .
In 1999, Simon Altman invited 23-year-old Shishchenko to join Metallurg Donetsk , where he scored 8 goals in 25 matches in his debut season. In the 2001/02 season he became the top scorer of the championship; the team twice in a row became a bronze medalist. After leasing to Mariupol, Illichivec , where he played 25 matches (5 goals) in the championship, 2 matches in the cup and 4 matches in the UEFA cup , returned to the “metallurgists”, where he won the bronze medal of the Ukrainian championship for the third time
The next season, Shishchenko played 25 matches (19 matches (8 goals) in the championship, 2 matches in the Ukrainian cup and 4 matches (3 goals) in the UEFA cup ) and moved to Metallurg (Zaporozhye) , with which he reached the final of the Ukrainian cup .
In 2006, Simon Altman invited Shishchenko to the Odessa "Black Sea" , where he spent two full season. Having entered the total score 67 times on the football field (4 matches (1 goal) in the UEFA Cup, 4 matches in the Intertoto Cup, 5 matches in the Ukrainian Cup and the rest in the national championship distinguishing themselves 4 times), at the age of 32 he returned to the composition of Metallurg, where, after two seasons, completed his career as a football player.
He played 14 matches for the Ukrainian team and scored one goal. The debut took place on August 15, 2001 in a friendly match against the national team of Latvia .
Called to the qualifying matches for the World Cup 2002 , in that qualifying cycle the team led by Valery Lobanovsky took second place in the standings and reached the playoffs, where they lost to the German team . After that, he was called for friendly matches before being selected for the European Championship 2004 but already under the leadership of Leonid Buryak , and after his resignation he was called by Oleg Blokhin .
Also in 1996, he spent 4 matches for the youth team of Ukraine , where he scored one goal.
In 2018, he played in the veteran national team of Ukraine  .
In January 2010, he became the head coach of the double of the Metallurg Donetsk  (in December 2012, he received the PRO coaching license  ), where he worked until 2015, after which he transferred to a similar position in Steel (Dneprodzerzhinsk) . Under his leadership, the backups of the "metallurgists" for five years occupied from 6 to 11 place in the standings. And with the advent of Shishchenko in the "steelworkers", the youth team at the end of the season took 4th place in the youth championship of Ukraine .
In early summer 2016, Alexander Sevidov invited Shishchenko to his coaching staff of the Mariupol Illichivets . But cooperation did not last long, since Shishchenko accepted the invitation to head the Chernivtsi Bukovina . At the end of December of the same year he resigned.
Since January 2017, the head coach of the Donetsk Shakhtar youth team. In the 2016/17 season, his wards won bronze medals in the youth championship.
Since the 2017/18 season, Shishchenko's wards started in the youth champions league on the basis that the main squad became the country's champion, the start was unsuccessful; since the young Pitmen twice lost to their opponents   , and soon suffered a third consecutive defeat  . On the whole, Sergey Yuryevich’s wards completed the European Cup company in third place in their group, having two wins, one draw and three losses  .
In May 2018, dismissed from his post  . In December of that year he headed the IFC “ Nikolaev ”, playing in the first Ukrainian league  .
Not married. Has three children. [ten]
As a player
- "Shakhtar Donetsk)
- Cup Winner of Ukraine (2): 1995 , 1997
- Silver medalist of the Ukrainian Championship (1): 1996/97
- Metallurg (Donetsk)
- Bronze medalist of the Ukrainian Championship (3): 2001/02 , 2002/03 , 2004/05
- Metallurg (Zaporozhye)
- Finalist of the Cup of Ukraine (1): 2006
As a trainer
- Shakhtar U-19 (Donetsk)
- Silver medalist of the youth championship of Ukraine (1): 2017/18
- Bronze medalist of the youth championship of Ukraine (1): 2016/17
As a player
- The best scorer of the Championship of Ukraine (1): 2001/02
- The best scorer in the history of Donetsk “Metallurg”
- In the list of the best football players of the year in Ukraine (7): 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008
- The list of 33 best football players of Ukraine (4):
- The best left midfielder of the championship of Ukraine (2): 2001, 2002
- Second best left midfielder of the championship of Ukraine (1): 2005
- Third best forward of the championship of Ukraine (1): 2003
- The first player to score 2 hat-tricks in two games in a row: 2005 ( so far the only one who managed to do this )
- Member of the symbolic club Alexander Chizhevsky : 363 matches
- Member of the symbolic club Sergei Rebrov : 54 goals
- Medal “For Labor and Victory” : 2006
- In the Premier / Premier League of Ukraine held 363 matches, scored 54 goals.
- He played 44 matches in the Ukrainian Cup and scored 8 goals.
- AT Eurocups spent 21 matches, scored 5 goals.
|No.||date||Home / Away||Opponent||Score||Goals||Competition|
|one||August 15, 2001||g||Latvian national team||1-0||---||Friendly match|
|2||September 5, 2001||d||Armenia national team||3-0||---||World Cup Qualification 2002|
|3||October 6, 2001||g||Poland national team||1: 1||---||World Cup Qualification 2002|
|four||November 10, 2001||d||Germany national team||1: 1||---||World Cup Qualification 2002 ( CM )|
|five||November 14, 2001||g||Germany national team||1: 4||---||World Cup Qualification 2002 ( CM )|
|6||March 21, 2002||g||Japan national team||0: 1||---||Friendly match|
|7||March 27, 2002||g||Romania national team||1: 4||one||Friendly match|
|eight||April 17, 2002||d||Georgian national team||2: 1||---||Friendly match|
|9||May 17, 2002||g||Yugoslav national team||2-0||---||Friendly match|
|ten||May 19, 2002||g||National team of Belarus||0: 2||---||Friendly match|
|eleven||February 18, 2004||g||Libya national team||1: 1||---||Friendly match|
|12||September 3, 2005||g||Georgian national team||1: 1||---||World Cup Qualification 2006|
|13||September 7, 2005||d||Turkish national team||0: 1||---||World Cup Qualification 2006|
|14||October 12, 2005||d||Japan national team||1-0||---||Friendly match|
- Anatoly Dem'yanenko: “Whose fate zbіrna of veterans of Ukraine had a run of bagato matches і spent with vіyskovimi” (Ukrainian)
- Shishchenko headed the double of Metallurg D (inaccessible link) . Football.ua (4.1.2010). Date of treatment January 9, 2010. Archived January 7, 2010.
- Shishchenko received PRO coaching license
- UEFA Youth League. Miner starts with defeat
- UEFA Youth League. The miner loses in his second match
- Miner (U-19) lost to peers from Feyenoord
- Pitmen end their performance in the tournament with a victory over the group leader
- miner dismissed Shishchenko from the post of coach of the U-19 team
- Sergey Shishchenko - new head coach of IFC Nikolaev
- Interview with Sergey Shishchenko
- Profile on the official website of FC Metallurg Donetsk . Date of treatment July 27, 2008. Archived August 30, 2008.
- Profile on the website of the Ukrainian Football Association (in Ukrainian)
- Profile on the Football Ukraine website (inaccessible link) . Date of treatment January 4, 2010. Archived July 15, 2010.
- In the club "400" replenishment - Sergey Shishchenko (Inaccessible link) . Date of treatment April 26, 2008. Archived March 4, 2016.