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Top facts about Roman Pavlyuchenko, Sleeping Giant

Fri 13 May 2022 | 13:30

Roman Pavlyuchenko began his professional career with Dynamo Stavropol and Rotor Volgograd before joining Spartak Moscow in 2003. Read on to find out more facts about Roman Pavlyuchenko.

Roman Anatolyevich Pavlyuchenko (born December 15, 1981) is a Russian striker who currently plays for FC Znamya Noginsk.

Roman Pavlyuchenko’s age

is 40.

In 2008, his efforts won him a £13.7 million move to Tottenham Hotspur in the English Premier League, where he played for three seasons before returning to Russia to play for

Lokomotiv Moscow

. He went to Kuban Krasnodar in July 2015 after another complete three seasons.

Pavlyuchenko was a full international for a decade after his debut in 2003, earning 51 appearances and scoring 21 goals for

Russia

. He was nominated to Russia's Team of the Tournament in 2008, as they advanced to the semi-finals, and he was also a member of their team for Euro 2012.

He was born on December 15, 1981 in the village of Mostovskoy to parents Anatoly Andreevich and Lyubov Vladimirovna Pavlyuchenko; there was also a daughter and Roman's older sister, Oksana in the family.

The family relocated to Karachay-Cherkessia, to the city of Ust-Dzheguta, a few days after the birth of their son. In 1990, Roman's father took his son to the renowned coach of the Karachay-Cherkess Republic, Khasan Kurochinov, who also served as the director of the Republican children's and youth sports school "Victory".

Top facts about Roman Pavlyuchenko:

When Pavlyuchenko was in the ninth grade, following the Victory game in Stavropol, he was noticed by the leaders of the local Olympic reserve school.

He studied there while also playing for the Stavropol Dynamo youth team. Vladimir Tokarev and Vladimir Kitin served as trainers.

Pavlyuchenko developed professionally, despite not standing out among the other Dynamo players, and in 1998, he and the team won the Russian championship in his age group.

Fedor Gagloev, the Dynamo's head coach, invited Pavlyuchenko to the first pre-season training camp in 1999.

Pavlyuchenko signed a long-term contract with Rotor Volgograd, with whom he signed a preliminary agreement in the summer of 1999, despite Dynamo's refusal to transfer the team's technical director, Rochus Shokh.

His family moved to Volgograd with him, and his father got a job as a driver in a club. Pavlyuchenko had offers from Spartak Moscow and Dynamo Kiev, but he preferred Rotor, and the people of Kiev even offered Rotor money to buy his transfer.

Pavlyuchenko received a red card in his first game for the club, against Uralan, for hitting an opponent in the face, which hit Roman in the legs. Pavlyuchenko scored his first goal for the club on July 8 against Rostselmash, giving him a total of 5 goals in 16 games this season.

That year, the club finished 11th in the Russian Championship. Pavlyuchenko scored five goals again the following season, propelling Rotor to tenth place. Pavlyuchenko scored four goals in 21 championship matches in 2002.

Roman Pavlyuchenko early life

Pavlyuchenko was born in the Krasnodar Krai town of Mostovskoy. Regarding

Roman Pavlyuchenko’s parents

, it should be mentioned that he was raised by his mother Lyubov Vladimirovna and father Anatoly A. V. Pavlyuchenko. Pavlyuchenko is the younger brother of Pavlyuchenko's sister.

Speaking about

Roman Pavlyuchenko’s childhood

, it is worth mentioning that his family relocated to Ust-Dzheguta, Karachay-Cherkessia, a few days after Pavlyuchenko was born. Pavlyuchenko started his football career with Victory Sports School, where he lasted for seven years until joining Dynamo Stavropol, another junior team.

Roman Pavlyuchenko personal life

Pavlyuchenko is of Ukrainian descent, married to Larisa, and the father of a little girl called Kristina. Pavlyuchenko is a local Duma (city council) deputy in Stavropol, representing the ruling Vladimir Putin-led United Russia party.

Roman Pavlyuchenko professional career

An important

fact about Roman Pavlyuchenko

is that he made his first-team debut with the Torpedo-ZIL club in the second round of the Russian championship's first division, coming on as a substitute after the break but failing to save his team from a 0-1 defeat.

Pavlyuchenko assisted on two goals in Dynamo's 2-1 win over Lokomotiv from Chita in the 10th round. He was only with the club for one season, appearing in 31 games and scoring one goal, which came against Lokomotiv St. Petersburg on the road.

The club itself had a disappointing season, finishing last in the first division and relegating to the second. Despite this, Pavlyuchenko was named to the Sport-Express newspaper's symbolic team of the best juniors in the first division.

Roman Pavlyuchenko club career

Pavlyuchenko began his career with Dynamo Stavropol. Pavlyuchenko did not stand out among the Dynamo players under the direction of coach Vladimir Tokarev and Vladimir Kitin. However, he was asked to join the club's pre-season tour by Fyodor Gagloyev.

Stavropol Dynamo

In 5 April 1999, Pavlyuchenko made his debut for the club, coming on as a substitute in a 1–0 defeat to Moscow. Pavlyuchenko had a double assist in a 2–1 victory against Chita on May 15, 1999. Pavlyuchenko made 31 appearances in his rookie season, scoring 11 goals.

However, despite finishing bottom in the league, the team was demoted to the Second Division. Despite this, Pavlyuchenko was nominated to the inaugural edition of the publication Sport Express's 'Team of the Top' junior category.

Volgograd Rotor

A notable fact about Roman Pavlyuchenko is that he relocated to Rotor Volgograd in 2000, despite President Rochus Shohu's rejection of the offer made in the summer of 1999. Pavlyuchenko made his debut for the club against Elista, receiving a red card after punching an opponent in the face in his maiden match.

Pavlyuchenko scored his first goal against Rostov on July 8, 2000, in his debut season, in which he made 16 appearances and scored five goals.

The team came in 11th place in the league. Pavlyuchenko made 28 appearances and scored 5 goals in his second season, with the team finishing 10th in the league. Pavlyuchenko made 21 appearances and scored four goals in his third season.

Spartak Moscow

Pavlyuchenko transferred to Spartak Moscow for €700,000 in the spring of 2003, after the two teams agreed on a contract. He was brought in to replace Vladimir Beschastnykh, who departed for Fenerbahçe S.K. in Turkey. Pavlyuchenko made his club debut against Moscow on March 15, 2003.

A notable fact about Roman Pavlyuchenko is that he scored his first goal for the club in a 2-1 defeat against Alania Vladikavkaz the next game on March 22, 2003. Pavlyuchenko scored ten goals in his debut season, making him the team's leading scorer.

Pavlyuchenko played for 87 minutes before being replaced, and the team finished in 10th position, winning the Russian Cup in a 1-0 victory. Pavlyuchenko also scored in the second leg of a 1-1 draw against

Esbjerg

in the UEFA Cup on 15 October 2003, after making his debut in the tournament on 24 September 2003.

Pavlyuchenko made 26 appearances and scored 10 goals in his second season, making him the most successful player on a squad that finished seventh in the league. Pavlyuchenko made 25 appearances and scored 11 goals in his third season.

Pavlyuchenko led the league in scoring with 18 goals in his fourth season, becoming the first player at Spartak Moscow to do so. After the Russian Federation was formed in 1992, he became the first player in Spartak history to be the tournament's top scorer.

The team came close to winning the title, but fell short against CSKA Moscow, who had the same number of points but a better goal difference. Pavlyuchenko, together with Roman Adamov, became the leading scorer in his sixth season with 14 goals.

He qualified for the UEFA Champions League with Spartak Moscow. After a 0-0 stalemate in the first leg, Pavlyuchenko scored the game-winning goal and assisted Mozart in a 2-1 victory against Slovan Liberec in the second leg of Champions League Qualification.

Spartak Moscow had been drawn in the Group Stage against Sporting Clube de Portugal,

Bayern Munich

, and

Inter Milan

, and a victory would ensure the club's Champions League berth. Pavlyuchenko scored the sole goal in a 2-1 defeat against Inter Milan on Matchday 3 on October 18, 2006.

Spartak Moscow defeated Sporting Lisbon 3-1 on Matchday 6 on December 5, 2006. Pavlyuchenko scored the game's opening goal. Spartak Moscow qualified for the UEFA Cup after finishing third in the group round. Spartak faced Celtic in a UEFA Champions League qualifier the following season.

Spartak's goal was scored by Pavlyuchenko in the first leg, which ended 1-1. The second leg ended in a 1-1 draw, with Pavlyuchenko scoring once again, after missing a penalty in regular time. The game was decided on penalties, and Spartak was defeated.

A notable

fact about Roman Pavlyuchenko

is that he scored his first hat-trick for the club in a 3-0 victory against Kuban Krasnodar on April 19, 2007. Pavlyuchenko made 14 appearances and scored six goals in his fourth and final season.

Pavlyuchenko was Spartak's most prolific striker during his tenure there, scoring 69 goals in 141 appearances. His goal-scoring prowess, combined with his devotion to the rhombik (the club's emblem), earned him the admiration and respect of the "Army of Red-White Fans."

Tottenham Hotspur

Pavlyuchenko joined Tottenham Hotspur in September 2008 for a cost of £13.7 million. Pavlyuchenko made his Spurs debut against Aston Villa on September 15th.

On September 24, 2008, he scored his first goal in a 2–1 League Cup 3rd round victory against Newcastle United. On October 26, 2008, Pavlyuchenko scored his first league goal for the club in a 2–0 win against Bolton Wanderers.

Pavlyuchenko was replaced 15 minutes before full-time for Fraizer Campbell in a 2-1 victory against

Manchester City

on May 16, 2009.

Pavlyuchenko, irritated at being taken off, rushed down the tunnel rather than rejoin his colleagues on the bench.

Harry Redknapp

slammed his behavior, claiming he betrayed the team and the supporters:

"That bothers me; it's not something I like. You're trying to get rid of something. The spectators have come to watch and have paid money to do so, and I believe it is insulting to his teammates if a player walks down the tunnel without sitting down and watching and getting behind the team.”

Pavlyuchenko later apologized for his behavior, claiming that it wasn't his greatest performance and that he was furious at himself rather than the choice to replace him after he was taken off the field.

Except for the 2009 Football League Cup Final, he has scored in every English domestic cup tournament game he has featured in.

Pavlyuchenko was Tottenham's fourth-choice striker in the 2009–10 season, with Harry Redknapp preferring Robbie Keane, Peter Crouch, and Jermain Defoe over the Russian, who was linked with a transfer away from the club.

Lokomotiv Moscow, Zenit Saint Petersburg, Roma, A.C. Milan, Hertha BSC, Birmingham City, West Ham United, and Spartak Moscow have all been associated with Pavlyuchenko.

Pavlyuchenko, on the other hand, claims he has no idea why the club has refused to allow him depart without reason.

A notable fact about Roman Pavlyuchenko is that he made his league debut against Wigan Athletic on February 21st, scoring his first goal of the season, a close-range effort to make the score 2–0. During injury time, he scored a third from a tight angle to make it 3–0.

In his post-match interview, Harry Redknapp praised the significance of Pavlyuchenko's performance and commented on his fan appeal.

Three days later, he made his second start of the season in an FA Cup fifth-round replay against Bolton Wanderers, scoring twice in a 4–0 victory. Redknapp has subsequently said that the Russian striker has taken advantage of his chance and might see more first-team play.

Pavlyuchenko's strong run continued with a goal against

Everton

on February 28 and two goals against Blackburn Rovers on March 13. On March 24, he also scored in the quarter-final rematch against Fulham at White Hart Lane.

In the Champions League play-off round first leg against BSC Young Boys on August 17, he scored a crucial away goal. Tottenham were behind 3–0 until a header from Sébastien Bassong cut the deficit to 3–1, and Pavlyuchenko made it 3–2.

Spurs triumphed 4–0 at home in the second leg, ensuring that they would advance to the Champions League group stages.

Pavlyuchenko's impressive record in this event continued with two second-half penalty goals against FC Twente in Tottenham's second group encounter, followed by a critical third goal in Spurs' matchday 4 victory against Inter Milan, the tournament's defending champions.

Pavlyuchenko scored a volley in a 4–2 loss against Bolton Wanderers on November 4th. He scored again the following weekend in a home triumph against Blackburn Rovers. He scored a goal against Wolves on March 6, 2011.

He scored the first goal in a 2–2 tie with West Bromwich Albion in April. Pavlyuchenko scored in a 1–1 draw with Chelsea in a London derby.

A notable

fact about Roman Pavlyuchenko

is that he scored two magnificent long-range goals in a 2–1 victory against Birmingham City on the last day of the season to guarantee Tottenham finished fifth in the Premier League and qualified for the 2011–12 UEFA Europa League. Birmingham was also demoted to the Championship as a result of the victory.

Despite having a superior goals per minute ratio than all of his striking partners, Jermain Defoe, Peter Crouch, and

Robbie Keane

, the Russian's Tottenham career has been characterized by recurrent relegation in the 2009–10 season.

The same was true in the 2010–11 season, when Pavlyuchenko had a minutes per goals ratio of 151 in March, compared to 208 for Jermain Defoe, 243 for Peter Crouch, and 161 for Rafael van der Vaart.

The striker had only played 18 minutes of Premier League football in December of the previous season, until he came in against Sunderland in the 61st minute and scored the game's lone goal.

This was his third goal of the season, after scoring in the Europa League against Shamrock Rovers and

Rubin Kazan

earlier in the season.

Lokomotiv

Tottenham unilaterally exercised an option to extend Pavlyuchenko's contract through the conclusion of the next season in early 2012.

According to reports, Pavlyuchenko had a training ground spat with Spurs coach Kevin Bond, which contributed to his departure in the January transfer window. His agency subsequently rejected this claim.

On the day of the transfer deadline, Pavlyuchenko agreed to an £8 million move with Lokomotiv Moscow, with Louis Saha taking his position.

Pavlyuchenko made his debut against Kuban Krasnodar in a 2–0 victory on March 3, 2012, in his first match back in Russia since 2008. Pavlyuchenko scored his first goal in almost four years in a 2-0 victory against CSKA Moscow on March 24, 2012, and assisted Felipe Caicedo.

After starting the first six games of the 2012-13 season under new manager Slaven Bili, he was demoted to the bench and used as a substitute for the remainder of the season. Despite the fact that Lokomotiv changed managers again in the 2013–14 season, Leonid Kuchuk continued to deploy Pavlyuchenko as a substitute.

Krasnodar

Kuban Krasnodar confirmed Pavlyuchenko's signing on July 16, 2015. He reconnected with Andrei Arshavin, a former Russia teammate.

Yekaterinburg

Following Kuban's relegation, he signed a one-year contract with FC Ural Yekaterinburg on June 25, 2016.

Ararat

He joined

FC Ararat Moscow

on 30 May 2017 and played for the new team in the Russian Professional Football League (third-level). His Ararat contract was mutually terminated on November 17, 2017.

Znamya

On August 31, 2018, he joined FC Znamya Noginsk of the Russian Amateur Football League's fourth division. He said that he would join the squad part-time and only participate in home games.

In 2019, he returned to Ararat for three months before returning to Znamya, both in amateur fourth-tier. Znamya returned to professional football at the age of 38 after being promoted to the Russian Professional Football League for the 2020–21 season.

Former Russian internationals Aleksandr Samedov, Renat Yanbayev, and Aleksandr Sheshukov joined him at Znamya. He scored four goals in a 5–3 win against FC Kolomna on August 21, 2021, marking the first time in his career that he scored four goals in a competitive game.

Roman Pavlyuchenko international career

Pavlyuchenko made his Russian national team debut on August 20, 2003, at Lokomotiv Stadium in Moscow, replacing Dmitriy Sychev at halftime of a 3–1 friendly defeat to Israel. He didn't play again until 3 September 2005, when he began in a 2–0 World Cup qualifying victory against Liechtenstein at home.

On 8 October, four minutes after replacing Andrey Arshavin, he scored his first goal in his third cap, the third in a 5–1 triumph against Luxembourg in World Cup qualifying.

When Roman Pavlyuchenko scored both goals in Russia's 2–1 win over England in a vital Euro 2008 qualifying match, he was in the focus.

Guus Hiddink picked him to his 23-man UEFA Euro 2008 squad, and he scored in warm-up games against Serbia and Lithuania.

He scored a late consolation goal in Russia's first encounter against Spain, as well as the opening goal in Russia's third match against Sweden, to put Russia through at Sweden's cost.

He was named man of the match following Russia's 3–1 quarter-final victory against the Netherlands, despite the fact that he did not score during the game. He was chosen to the event's 23-man Team of the Tournament after the tournament finished.

Pavlyuchenko scored his first international hat-trick against Armenia in a European qualification in Saint Petersburg on June 4, 2011.

On May 25, 2012, he was included to the completed UEFA Euro 2012 roster. He came off the bench in the 73rd minute of Russia's first encounter against the Czech Republic in Wroclaw on June 8, and set up his colleague Alan Dzagoev for Russia's third goal. He scored Russia's fourth goal minutes later, and Russia went on to win 4–1.

The squad was eliminated from the group when Pavlyuchenko came in as a substitute against

Poland

(1-1) and Greece (0-1). Pavlyuchenko announced his resignation on July 24, 2013.

Some more facts about Roman Pavlyuchenko:

An important fact about Roman Pavlyuchenko is that he moved to Spartak Moscow in November 2002, and the club paid 700,000 euros for the forward's transfer. He came in to replace Vladimir Beschastnykh, who left for Fenerbahçe. On March 15, he made his Spartak debut against Torpedo-Metallurg.

In his second game, he scored Spartak's first goal, hitting Alania's goal. During the season, he scored ten goals, making him the leading scorer for the team that finished tenth. In the same year, he won the Russian Cup, appearing in the final for 87 minutes.

He also played in the UEFA Cup, where he scored once. Pavlyuchenko was Spartak's top scorer once more in 2004, with ten goals. In 2005, he finished second with the club in the national championship, scoring 11 times.

With 18 goals in 2006, he became the Russian Championship's leading scorer, becoming the first Spartak player to do so.

In the same year, he scored his first goal in the Champions League, beating the gates of Slovan, and then went on to score twice more - against Inter and Sporting. On August 19, 2007, Pavlyuchenko scored his first career hat-trick, hitting the gates of Kuban three times.

In total, he scored 14 goals in the 2007 championship, tying Roman Adamov as the championship's top scorer. He scored five goals in the UEFA Cup that year, including a hat-trick against Hacken.

In 2008, he scored six goals in 14 games. In total, he scored 69 goals in 141 matches for Spartak in the Russian championships.

Pavlyuchenko joined Tottenham Hotspur on August 30, 2008, signing a 4 + 1 contract with a salary of 2 million euros per year. Pavlyuchenko's transfer cost 14 million pounds, making it the most expensive transfer of a football player leaving the Russian Championship for a foreign club at the time.

Pavlyuchenko chose game number 9 in the new club. The decisive factor in the move to Tottenham was a personal conversation with the team's head coach, Juande Ramos, who called the striker.

As a member of Tottenham, he made his debut on September 16 against

Aston Villa

in the fourth round of the English Championship, where he played 90 minutes and his team lost 1:2.

At the same time, some sports journalists noted that Pavlyuchenko played this match unsuccessfully, frequently running out of time due to his speed.

Pavlyuchenko disliked the club's first matches, and he was also taken aback by the training system used in England, particularly in terms of physical activity. Pavlyuchenko scored his first goal for Tottenham on September 25th, in a League Cup match against Newcastle; Tottenham won 2-1.

Pavlyuchenko suffered an injury while playing for Tottenham, which forced him to miss the Russian national team's games against Germany and Finland.

On November 13, 2008, he scored his first double in his foreign career in a League Cup match against Liverpool, allowing his club to win 4: 2.

Then there was the Premier League match against Blackburn Rovers, where Pavlyuchenko scored the only goal to give Spurs the victory.

On January 2, 2009, he made his debut in the FA Cup, when Spurs faced Wigan Athletic. In this match, Pavlyuchenko scored two goals: one from a penalty kick and the other from a kick from outside the box; Spurs won 3-1.

During the 2009/10 season, Pavlyuchenko sat on the bench for the majority of the matches, which did not suit the Russian striker.

Following that, the football player's agent, Oleg Artyomov, met with the team's head coach, Harry Redknapp, and team president, Daniel Levy, and received permission to sell the football player if the price is acceptable to the club.

An important fact about Roman Pavlyuchenko is that he scored for the first time after a long break in a Premier League match on February 21, 2010; in the same game against Wigan, he also scored a second goal.

In the following match, against Bolton in the FA Cup round of 16, he scored another double. Pavlyuchenko scored for the third game in a row against Everton. Roman stated that he trusted Redknapp.

Pavlyuchenko scored two goals against Blackburn Rovers on March 13. On March 20, he suffered a hamstring injury, forcing him to leave the bench in the FA Cup quarter-final match. However, this did not prevent him from scoring the game-winning goal.

Liverpool wanted to sign Pavlyuchenko on August 31, 2010, the final day of the summer transfer window, but he turned down the offer. During the 2010/11 season, he became the team's mainstay, scoring more than ten goals.

On September 29, he scored two penalty goals in a Champions League match against Dutch Twente, which Tottenham won by a score of 4: 1.

He scored a goal against Inter Milan in a Champions League match on November 2. On December 12, he opened the scoring against Chelsea, which ended in a 1-1 draw.

On February 22, Tottenham scored a goal against Blackpool; however, this goal had no effect on the outcome of the match, which Tottenham lost 1:3. He scored two goals against Birmingham in the final round on May 22.

Tottenham Hotspur signed Emmanuel Adebayor on loan at the start of the following season, sparking speculation that Pavlyuchenko would leave for Espanyol.

He did, however, remain on the team. Pavlyuchenko began the League Cup match against

Stoke City

from the start, and in the penalty shoot-out, which his team lost 6-7, he did not realize his shot.

Pavlyuchenko then stopped playing in the Premier League entirely, only appearing in the Europa League, where

Tottenham

was the second team, and scoring two goals. On December 18, 2011, he distinguished himself in the championship for the first time, in a match against Sunderland, with a final score of 1: 0.

On February 3, 2012, he signed a 3.5-year contract with Lokomotiv Moscow. He made his debut in the match against Kuban, which his club won with a score of 2: 0, and he took part in one of the goal attacks.

He scored the game's first goal against CSKA in the 36th round, and he also had an assist. He was never a main squad player, frequently giving way to Dame N'Doye and Felipe Caicedo in the starting lineup.

On July 16, 2015, he signed a one-year contract with Kuban. He signed a one-year contract with Ural on June 25, 2016. He scored in the first game against Ufa.

An important fact about Roman Pavlyuchenko is that he signed a contract with the PFL championship team Ararat Moscow on May 30, 2017. The contract was terminated by the club on November 17, 2017.

Previously, Ararat decided to reduce the bonus by 99 percent because Pavlyuchenko allegedly left the club without informing anyone. Simultaneously, the player stated that he had agreed to this with management.

In September-October 2018, he played four matches and scored four goals for the Znamya Noginsk team in group A of the Moscow Region third division championship.

He began 2019 by training with Ararat Moscow, who were preparing to compete in the 2019/20 PFL championship.

He played 10 games for Znamya in 2019, scoring 5 goals; the team advanced to the PFL championship after finishing second. Brings "Znamya" victory in the 1/256 finals of the Cup of Russia 2020/21 against the club "Znamya Truda” (1:0).

He played in three World Cup qualifying games and scored his first goal for the national team against

Luxembourg

. The game ended with a 5:1 score. The Russian team finished third in Group No. 3 of the qualifying tournament and did not qualify for the World Cup.

Pavlyuchenko was initially left out of the squad for the 2008 European Championship qualifying tournament. He played in only five games for the team, scoring two goals.

Pavlyuchenko scored both goals against England after coming on as a substitute in the second half, in the 58th minute of the match. At the same time, Roman became the third member of the Russian national team to complete a "double" after coming off the bench.

Prior to the final games of the European Championship, Roman was unimpressive: he scored little in the Russian championship, and he was even transferred to Spartak's reserve and spent several training sessions with the red-whites' double.

Pavlyuchenko himself stated that he was not feeling well, particularly emotionally. Guus Hiddink raised concerns about Pavlyuchenko's physical fitness.

Pavel Pogrebnyak was considered a starter for the national team, but he was seriously injured in a friendly match against the Serbian national team and was unable to compete in the final round of the European Championship. As a result, Pavlyuchenko was able to break into the Russian team's starting lineup.

According to the election results, he was elected to the Stavropol City Duma on October 12, 2008, from the United Russia party, where he was ranked sixth. He was officially registered as a confidant of presidential candidate Vladimir Putin on February 6, 2012.

An important fact about Roman Pavlyuchenko is that he appeared as a guest on the show "So far, everyone is at home” in 2007: part 1 and part 2. From June to July 2018, he was a football expert on Russia-24 TV.

Roman Pavlyuchenko social media

Regarding

Roman Pavlyuchenko social media

, it should be mentioned that he has an Instagram page (

@pavlyuchenko_1981

) with more than 93k followers. On the page, we can see various pictures of him along with his fans and family.

Roman Pavlyuchenko body measurements

Speaking about

Roman Pavlyuchenko body measurements

, it should be mentioned that the player is 188cm and 84kg.

Roman Pavlyuchenko net worth and salary

Roman Pavlyuchenko's net worth

is estimated to be around $15 million, according to Wikipedia, Forbes, and Business Insider.

 

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