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.

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He was enrolled at Moscow State Industrial University, where he wrote a thesis on the workings of 'Truck Type 404', graduating long after making his professional debut.

8) He shared a rivalry during childhood with older brother Marat, who is also a midfielder, most recently with Russian Second Division club SAC Moscow.9) Unlike his brother, he is very choosy when it comes to women and for years he was only looking to hook up with someone he considered wife and mother material.

Hiddink has backed Bilyaletdinov to provide the attacking threat for Russia down the left if he needs to leave out Chelsea star Yuri Zhirkov.

Stamford Bridge new boy Zhirkov has been named in the squad to face Slovenia in the two-leg World Cup qualification play-off later this month, but he will not be risked if his knee injury persists.'I contacted the Chelsea medical staff,' said the former Blues interim manager, 'but so far doctors can't say anything concrete.

Hiddink said: 'Diniyar has proved himself for Everton as a complete attacking midfielder. Recently, I had several conversations with David Moyes and he is also pleased with Bill.'To all his critics, he has proved that he can not only make it in a familiar environment, but also in the most competitive conditions.'All those who considered him a little slow and weak have their reply.

Diniyar is regularly scoring and making goals in the most uncompromisingly tough championship there is.'A goal in the 1-1 draw against Aston Villa at the weekend was spoiled by his red card for a high tackle on Stiliyan Petrov, but Hiddink said: 'This just proves the point."We had a team dinner arranged at Attica in Manchester and I had already got dressed," he says. "In Moscow, you do not even talk about a derby game in the week before but here they talk about it all year round.In the final game of the 2010–11 season, on 14 May, Bilyaletdinov received another red card in a 1–0 loss against West Brom.After the game, the club decided not to appeal his sending off, so he served a three-match ban ahead of the new season.He was part of their team which reached the semi-finals at Euro 2008.