Vladimir Lysenko

Vladimir Lysenko

Ukrainian footballer, forward
Date of Birth: 20.04.1988
Country: Ukraine

Content:
  1. Biography of Vladimir Lysenko
  2. International Career
  3. Achievements
  4. "Dynamo"

Biography of Vladimir Lysenko

Vladimir Lysenko is a Ukrainian footballer who played as a forward. He was a member of the Ukrainian national under-17 and under-19 teams, as well as the youth national team. At the age of 9, he started his training at the youth school of Kiev's CSKA under the guidance of coach Yuri Gordienko. In 2003, he joined the academy of Kiev's "Dynamo". In 2005, he began playing for "Dynamo-2" in the First League, where he played a total of 51 matches and scored 11 goals. He made his debut in the Ukrainian Premier League as part of the main team of "Dynamo" on June 17, 2007, playing the full match against Kiev's "Arsenal" (1:0). Due to high competition for the forward position, he was unable to establish himself in the main team of Dynamo and was loaned to "Arsenal" at the beginning of 2008, where he played for one and a half seasons. He was a member of the main team, playing a total of 31 matches in the Ukrainian Premier League for "Arsenal" and scoring 7 goals. At the start of the 2009/10 season, Lysenko returned to "Dynamo", but only played one game for the reserve team. After difficult negotiations, he went to Kharkiv's "Metalist", which bought out his contract. In January 2014, he joined "Sevastopol" as a free agent, playing 6 matches for the team.

In the summer of 2014, he moved to Donetsk's "Olimpik". On January 4, 2017, it was officially announced that Lysenko had left "Olimpik". On February 10, 2017, he signed a contract with Chernihiv's "Desna".

International Career

From the age of 15, Lysenko was called up to the Ukrainian national under-17 team. From 2005 to 2007, he was a member of the under-19 national team. In total, he played 50 matches and scored 15 goals for the youth national teams. From 2007 to 2011, he played for the Ukrainian national under-21 team, participating in 23 games and scoring 4 goals.

Achievements

"Dynamo"

  • Ukrainian Premier League champion: 2006/07
  • Winner of the Ukrainian Super Cup: 2007
"Metalist"

  • Bronze medalist of the Ukrainian Premier League: 2009/10
"Desna"

  • Silver medalist of the Ukrainian First League: 2016/17

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