• Former General Director of "Spartacus" was named the worst transfer of the club

  • Former General Director of "Spartacus" Roman Shabazi called the transfer of midfielder Diniyar Bilyaletdinov from the English "Everton" in 2012 the most unfortunate for the club. The words of the functionary leads to the radio station "Sport FM".

    "I don't want to offend anyone, but in terms of efficiency and "the exhaust from the Shuttle from the airport" probably in the buck on that player as an unsuccessful transfer was... I think it's Diniyar Bilyaletdinov, who, unfortunately, in "Spartacus"showed what we expected of him. Talking about other players who were cheaper, not worth it. Bilyaletdinov is the worst possible transfer," said Shabazi.

    The most successful acquisition "Spartaka" Shabazi called attacking midfielder Quincy of Promesa, which moved into the red-white camp from the Dutch "Twente" in 2014. "It was one of the most complex transactions, which took time. Now the player progresses, is a leading player of "Spartak". Very much it were not for the team without Quincy," said the functionary.

    On account of 24-year-old Dutchman's 36 goals in 74 games for "Spartak" in all the tournaments, his contract with the club up to 2021. Bilyaletdinov scored four goals in 30 matches for the red-and-white (2012-2014).

    Shabazi was appointed General Director of "Spartacus" from 2013 to 2015.


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