Although arriving in the middle of the Russian season, Moyes introduced him to English football in his typically cautious manner.It was over a month before he got a full game and made only a couple of a late substitute appearances in the Premier League, despite being hugely influential in the two cup games he started.And off the pitch, there were positives: during this time I learnt the language, got married, met many interesting people.” Bilyaletdinov’s criticisms were echoed by his father, who said the player’s creativeness had “stagnated” like Mikel Arteta’s, as a result of David Moyes’s negative style.“If he [Moyes] had got more out of his defensive players, then his creative players wouldn’t have dropped off so much in recent years,” Rinat Bilyaletdinov said on Tuesday.Bilyaletdinov is a central attacking midfielder who can play left wing and can also play right side and fill in at left back if really needed.
All the best to you and your family.” Rangers have priced Nikica Jelavic out of a move to Goodison Park by placing a £10 million valuation on the striker.
After making his debut in 2004 at age of 19, he became a first team regular.
In his first season the club won the Russian Premier League and was named the league's Young Player of the Year.
He has started just seven of Everton’s 22 league games this season, and has sought a move so he can play European football and boost his hopes of playing for Russia at Euro 2012.
He has not started a game for his country since September 2010, and in a Russian-language interview with the Uefa website, he talked about how hard he had found it to settle in England.