LB presents the Full Story of a football genius best known by the Nickname; ‘Pav‘.
Our Roman Pavlyuchenko’s Biography, including his Childhood Story, brings to you a full account of notable events from his childhood time right until he got fame.
The analysis of the Spurs Legend involves his life story before fame, family life and many OFF and ON-Pitch little-known facts about him. Without further ado, let’s Begin.
Roman Pavlyuchenko Childhood Story – Early Life and Family Background:
Roman Anatolyevich Pavlyuchenko born on 15 December 1981 in the village of Mostovskoy, Krasnodar Krai, Soviet Union. Pavlyuchenko was raised by his father Anatoliy A. V. Pavlyuchenko and his mother, Lyubov Vladimirovna.
His parents were used to migration when he was little. due to the instability in the Soviet Union.
Roman started playing football from local levels at Cherkassy. There, he joined Pavlyuchenko began his football career when he joined Victory Sports School and stayed there for seven years before joining another youth club, Dynamo Stavropol.
It didn’t take long before he became a kindergarten football specialist. When he was 16 years, he moved to the city where he pursued professional football.
Roman Pavlyuchenko Family Life:
Larisa and Roman Pavlyuchenko Love Life:
Roman met his wife Larisa at school, where they were classmates. They got married in November 2001.
On August 24, 2006, Larisa gave birth to their daughter Kristina Romanovna Pavlyuchenko.
Roman’s wife Larisa is a twin. Her twin sister Svetlana is the wife of Sergey Serdyukov who is a retired footballer and best friend to her husband Roman’s best friend.
Roman Pavlyuchenko Bio – Political Life:
Former Tottenham striker Roman Pavlyuchenko also has a flourishing career in politics. In Russia, he contested, won and was elected a city council representative of Stavropol. He is also a member of Vladimir Putin’s “United Russia” party.
Upon winning the seat in 2008, the Russian international told reporters:
“Because of my profession it won’t be easy for me to take part directly in the workings of the city council – but I am ready to help with advice and with a concrete contribution to the development and growth of my city and country at large”
Roman Pavlyuchenko Untold Biography Facts – Unhappy Ending with Tottenham:
On 16 May 2009, in a 2-1 win over Manchester City, Pavlyuchenko was substituted 15 minutes before full-time for Fraizer Campbell.
Unhappy of coming off, Pavlyuchenko stormed down the tunnel rather than joining his teammates on the bench. His actions were criticised by Harry Redknapp, saying that he let the players and fans down. According to Harry…
“I don’t like that, It’s not something I like. You’re looking to scrap away.
The fans are here and paying their money to watch and I think when a player runs down the tunnel without sitting down and watching and getting behind the team, I think that is disrespectful to his team-mates
Pavlyuchenko then apologised for his actions, saying it wasn’t his best performance and was angry at himself after coming off the pitch and not at the decision to replace him.
His days at Tottenham were short leaved after this day. He ended up playing 78 games and scoring 21 goals for the club.