What team does Arshavin play for?

What team does Arshavin play for?

Andrey Arshavin

Personal information
2013–2015 Zenit Saint Petersburg 35
2015–2016 Kuban Krasnodar 8
2016–2018 Kairat 84
Total 536

Why did Andrey Arshavin leave Arsenal?

“I don’t regret anything, but I had to leave,” he said after making just two starts in his final season at Arsenal. “To train even though you know you won’t play – it is psychologically difficult. I nearly suffered depression.”

Is Arshavin an Arsenal legend?

Arshavin is now 35 and playing for FC Kairat in Kazakhstan. To Russian football fans, he remains enshrined as their talismanic hero of Euro 2008 and one of the most beloved players in their history. To Arsenal fans, his legacy is far more complicated to define.

What happened to Arshavin?

In the end Arshavin re-joined Zenit in 2012 on loan before a permanent switch back to the club followed in June 2013. Overall, he had scored 31 goals in 144 appearances through his Arsenal career. Overall, he scored 31 goals in 108 appearances for the club before eventually announcing his retirement in December 2018.

When did Andrey Arshavin retire?

Andrey Arshavin/Career end

When did Andrey Arshavin return to Zenit Saint Petersburg?

Andrey returned to Zenit Saint Petersburg on a permanent basis in 2013 after spending the remainder of the 2011/12 season there on loan.

How many goals has Andrey Arshavin scored for Zenit?

Andrey scored three goals in 11 games for Zenit but when he returned to Arsenal he struggled for game time, behind Gervinho, Lukas Podolski, Theo Walcott and Santi Cazorla.

Who was the Player of the Month in April for Arsenal?

The Russian was named Player of the Month for April and May, captaining them to a 3-0 win against Portsmouth, and also came second in the Player of the Season poll, despite only playing in fewer than a quarter of Arsenal’s matches all season.

Who was the last Arsenal player to score 4 goals in a game?

A month later Andrey scored four goals in Arsenal’s 4-4 draw with Liverpool, becoming the first Gunner to score four goals in a game since Julio Baptista in 2007.