Roman Pavluchenko Russian football player, forward of the national team of Russia.
Romans Parents Anatoliy and Ludmila Pavluchenko. Anatoliy and Ludmila Pavluchenko. Soon after the son's birth the family moved to Karachayevo- Cherkessiya. In 1990 Roman began his training as a footballer in children's sports school "Pobeda". His trainer was Hassan Kurochinov. Pavluchenko had been playing in this team for 7 years.
From 2002 till August 2008 he had been playing for football club "Spartak". Roman Pavluchenko
"Tottenham Hotspur" From August 2008 till August 2011 he had been playing for the club "Tottenham".
On the 12th of October 2008 he was elected from the party "Edinaya Rossiya"into Stavropolskaya City Duma.
At the Euro-2008 Pavlyuchenko was one of the best. But even before the European Championship he had scored 2 goals in the gate of England. It helped Russia to gain the victory in the decisive match of the qualification of the championship.
Romans Personal Life Roman met his future wife Larisa when he was 12. He was in the sixth form. Roman and Larisa sat at the same desk at school. They were married in November 2001.
Daughter Christina Now they have a daughter called Christine.
Twin Sisters Twin sisters Larissa (left) and Svetlana are similar not only in appearance - they both drive a car, learn English and prepare meals themselves to their husbands.
Interesting Facts The British trainer Guus Hiddink called Roman Pavlyuchenko "sleeping giant" explaining that the player does not use all the strength of his great talent. The British trainer Guus Hiddink called Roman Pavlyuchenko "sleeping giant" explaining that the player does not use all the strength of his great talent.
Now he is forward of the national team of Russia "Lokomotive".
His Achievements Team achievements: 1. S ilver prize-winner of the championship of Russia: 2005, 2006, W inner of the Cup of Russia: 2002/2003 Personal achievements : 1.T he author of th goal in the championship of Russia 2. G ot into the symbolic team of the European Championship of 2008