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Ukraine’s Andriy Shevchenko has left his role as manager of the men’s national team, he said in an Instagram post on Sunday, a few weeks after guiding his country to the knockout stages of the European championship.

“Today, my contract with the Ukrainian Football Association came to the end,” he wrote on Instagram.

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Ukraine lost 4-0 to England in the quarter-final at Euro 2020.

Shevchenko, who spent five years as Ukraine manager after a glittering playing career spent mostly with Dynamo Kyiv and AC Milan, said the team had managed to show that Ukraine could produce competitive, productive and exciting football.

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