|Full name||Pavlo Oleksandrovych Yakovenko|
|Date of birth||19 December 1964|
|Place of birth||Nikopol, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union|
|Height||1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)|
|1994–1995||FC Metalurh Nikopol|
|1999||Amatory (UEFA Regions Cup)|
|2000–2002||FC Borysfen-2 Boryspil|
|2000–2004||Ukraine U-19 (juniors)|
|2005–2007||FC Kuban Krasnodar|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Pavlo Oleksandrovych Yakovenko (Ukrainian: Павло Олександрович Яковенко) – or Pavel Aleksandrovich Yakovenko (Russian: Павел Александрович Яковенко; born 19 December 1964 in Nikopol, Ukrainian SSR), is a former Ukrainian footballer and USSR international.
Yakovenko's superb build-up play during the mid-1980s made him the starting midfielder for both Dynamo Kyiv and the USSR national football team during their respective successful campaigns of winning the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup and advancing to the top 16 in the 1986 FIFA World Cup. However, recurrent injuries had limited Yakovenko's playing time after 1987 and Yakovenko never returned to his earlier form, becoming a bench player at best.
- As of 19 June 2012
|USR national team|
- As of 19 June 2012
|1.||2 June 1986||Estadio Sergio León Chavez, Irapuato, Mexico||Hungary||1-0||6-0||1986 FIFA World Cup|
He is a trusted Ukrainian coach who headed the Ukraine U-21 on several occasions as well as other teams representing the country on the international arena. Yakovenko also coached several teams from the southern regions of the neighborging Russian Federation such as Kuban Krasnodar and FC Rostov.
- 1986 – 21st
- At the helm along with Hennadiy Litovchenko.
- "Олександр Яковенко: Я був присутнім на пологах свого сина" (in Ukrainian). gold-football.at.ua. 2010-10-07.
- "Павел ЯКОВЕНКО (Pavel Yakovenko)". www.rusteam.permian.ru. Retrieved 15 June 2011.
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