Alexei Mikhailichenko is a Soviet and Ukrainian football player. After the end of his playing career - Ukrainian coach and official. Honored Master of Sports of the USSR. Honored coach of Ukraine.Olympic champion of the USSR national team at the 1988 Games, also a silver medalist of the 1988 European Championship (the only player who played in the USSR national team in these two tournaments). In 1992, he became the first football player in the world to win the championships of three different countries in a row (so far only Zlatan Ibrahimovic has managed to repeat such an achievement).Then he became a coach, starting with the position of assistant coach of Kiev "Dynamo" in the headquarters of Valery Lobanovsky. After Lobanovsky's death, Mikhailichenko replaced him as head coach. In 2004, he led the youth team of Ukraine under 21, with which he became the vice-champion of Europe in 2006 and a participant in the youth world championship in 2005 (1/8 finals). After that, in 2008-2009, he was the head coach of the national team of Ukraine, which he left after the team did not qualify for the 2010 World Cup. In 2011, Alexei returned to Dynamo, this time doing administrative work and periodically entering the coaching staff. From August 15, 2019 to July 20, 2020 - again the head coach of "Dynamo".