Diniyar Bilyaletdinov has been summoned by Putin to fight as Russian football team personnel refuse to return home

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Diniyar Bilyaletdinov has been summoned to fight in the frontlines of Ukraine by President Vladimir Putin, according to his father.

Diniyar Bilyaletdinov has been summoned by Putin to fight as Russian football team personnel refuse to return home

At the same time that Putin is mobilizing an additional 300,000 troops to support his war efforts, the national team’s staff from Russia has refused to go back home following a match in Kyrgyzstan.

According to sports.ru, Bilyaletdinov’s father, Rinat, revealed that his 37-year-old son was one of the young men enlisted to participate in the dictator’s chaotic seven-month war against Ukraine.

He claimed that the former Russian international, who had assisted his country in finishing third at Euro 2008, had been served with a summons by the military registration and enlisting office.

Due to Bilyaletdinov’s age, it is believed that there is “inconsistency” with the call-up notification, and he revealed his son last served in the military when he was only 18 years old.

“Diniyar really received a summons,” he said.

“It is difficult to talk about emotions, because he did not serve, although he did military service, but it was specific, with a sports bias. It was 19 years ago.”

“That is, yes, he took the oath, but served in the sports line. The law still says – to call people up to 35 years old, and he is 37, so there is some kind of inconsistency here.

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“Now he will find out whether this agenda is correct or whether it was sent early. Anything can happen.”

The father added: “If there was a general mobilisation, then there is no need to ask questions. In the meantime, the president has established a partial one, everything should be according to the law.”

During his playing career, Bilyaletdinov, who has 46 caps for Russia, played for Lokomotiv, Spartak, and Torpedo Moscow.

His big break came in 2009, when Everton manager David Moyes paid £9 million for him.

He appeared 58 times for the Toffees in the Premier League and netted eight goals, one of which came against Manchester United.

Diniyar Bilyaletdinov has been summoned by Putin to fight as Russian football team personnel refuse to return home

He spent time at Rubin Kazan in his own country before a brief stay at Trakai in Lithuania to cap off his playing career.

As a member of the coaching staff of Moscow’s Rodina-2 in the second division, Bilyaletdinov is now back in his home country.

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In June 2011, he wed former cheerleader Maria, and the pair had their first child, Timur, the following year.

As Moscow continues to lose ground on the battlefield and Putin’s war stalls, the desperate tyrant has called up additional conscripts to support operations in Ukraine.

However, many Russian men have been scrambling to find ways to get out of Putin’s draft so they won’t be forced to die in Ukraine.

Five administrative personnel from the Russian Football Union reportedly refused to go home after a match over the weekend because of concern that they would be called up to serve in the military.

The Russian national team won the friendly match against the Kyrgyz team and is now settling in.

The staff members reportedly received call-up notifications from the military recruitment office, according to Russian media.

The fear is brought on by rumors that the Kremlin may soon close Russian borders to prevent men of fighting age from emigrating.

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In an effort to avoid the conscription, men have apparently been rapidly getting married or enrolling as caregivers for old children. Some are even alleged to have damaged their own arms and legs in order to do so.

As men attempt to escape the Kremlin’s control, there have been massive backups at the borders and a rush to book flights out of Russia.

To avoid being transported to the front lines, one man was even captured on shocking video setting himself on fire at a Ryazan train station, 110 miles southeast of Moscow.

Who is Diniyar Bilyaletdinov?

Diniyar Rinatovich Bilyaletdinov, a former Russian football player, was born on February 27, 1985.

At Lokomotiv Moscow, where he started his career, he played in 185 games, scored 38 goals over the course of six seasons, and won four trophies.

Diniyar Bilyaletdinov has been summoned by Putin to fight as Russian football team personnel refuse to return home

He was acquired by Premier League club Everton in August 2009 for an estimated £9 million. After signing with Spartak Moscow in January 2012 and being loaned out many times, he returned to Russia.

From 2005 through 2012, Bilyaletdinov represented Russia on the field, gaining 46 caps and tallying 6 goals. At Euro 2008, he was a member of their squad that advanced to the semifinals.

As part of the partial mobilization during the Russian invasion of Ukraine in September 2022, Bilyaletdinov received a call to duty.

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