Dyadyun: "I'm Leaving"
Vladimir Dyadyun has today announced that he will be leaving Rubin Kazan on a free transfer when his contract expires, in just 6 months time. The news has shocked the club, and Kanchelskis has shown his sadness at the situation, calling Vladimir, a key player who was one of the reasons for the success last year.
The 25 year old striker joined the Russian team in 2005, but after multiple loan spells, it was Andrei Kanchelskis who gave Vladimir a chance. After playing for Kazan just 5 times, scoring 1 goal, Andrei, who came into the club not knowing much about the players, only saw Dyadyun as a sub. However, when called up for a few friendlies, who played his heart out, and with some excellent performances, scored 15 goals in 44 games for the Russian team - becoming one of the key players of the season.
Now that Rubin are losing one of their main two strikers, many are unsure at how Kanchelskis will solve the problem. With the squad already lacking squad depth, a perfect striking partnership for Rondon could be hard to find. Some feel Carlos Fierro may be called upon, but others think he will buy a world class. Adrian, Fernando Torres and Javier Hernandez are just some of the names floating about as a possible replacement.
Kanchelskis thanked Dyadyun for his work at the club, and wished him all the best at new club Sevilla.