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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for sadayev

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Rizvan Sadayev Rizvan Yaralyyevich Sadayev (; born 26 August 1979) is a former Russian football player.
Zaur Sadayev On 30 January 2013, he was transferred to the Israeli Beitar Jerusalem along with Dzhabrail Kadiyev, both Muslims. On 3 March, Sadayev scored his first goal for Beitar during a league game against Maccabi Netanya, prompting hundreds of the team's fans to leave the stadium.
Zaur Sadayev Zaur Umarovich Sadayev (; born 6 November 1989 in Shali) is a Russian football player of Chechen origin. He plays for FC Terek Grozny. He made his debut with FC Terek Grozny in the Russian Premier League in 2008.
Dzhabrail Kadiyev On 30 January 2013 he was transferred to the Israeli club Beitar Jerusalem along with Zaur Sadayev.
La Familia (Beitar supporters' group) The club's 2013 signing of two Chechnyan Muslims, Dzhabrail Kadiyev and Zaur Sadayev, raised anger from the supporters. Members of La Familia set a team office on fire after the announcement. Fans walked out of a match in March that saw Sadayev score his first goal for Beitar.
2012–13 Beitar Jerusalem F.C. season Chairman Arcadi Gaydamak decided to bring two Muslim-Russian players Zaur Sadayev and Dzhabrail Kadiyev from Terek Grozny FC. This proved controversial with many Beitar fans, and the new signings were subject to verbal abuse from the stands. The hardcore right-wing fan group "La familia" were behind much of this, and organised a boycott for part of the season.
Beitar Jerusalem F.C. Nigerian player Ndala Ibrahim, a Muslim, was on the team briefly in 2005 on loan from Maccabi Tel-Aviv, played 4 games, supported by coach Eli Ohana but left after being mobbed by Beitar fans. He returned to Maccabi Tel Aviv and soon returned to Nigeria. In 2013 the team signed two Chechen Muslim players. Zaur Sadayev and Dzhabrail Kadiyev, When fans protested, Israeli Deputy Prime Minister Moshe Yaalon condemned the protest as shocking and racist, stating "I was shocked by the racism displayed in the Beitar Jerusalem stands yesterday against having Muslim or Arab players on the team". Fans of the club reportedly displayed a banner bearing the words "Beitar – pure forever" and chanted anti-Arab slogans at a match the day the players were signed, leading to four arrests. On 8 February 2013, 2 fans, Matan Navon and Evyatar Yosef set fire to the club's administrative offices, apparently in response to the signing of Sadayev and Kadiyev. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who is a Beitar supporter (along with many other senior Likud politicians), condemned the arson as "shameful" and "racist". On 3 March, Sadayev scored his first goal for Beitar during a league game against Maccabi Netanya, prompting hundreds of the team's fans to leave the stadium.
2011–12 Russian Premier League On 23 April 2011 during a FC Rostov - FC Terek Grozny game, Rostov goalkeeper Dejan Radić collided with Terek's Zaur Sadayev fighting for a high ball. He had to be rushed into the hospital and after it was discovered that his kidney is seriously injured, he had to undergo nephrectomy (surgical removal of a kidney). His club, FC Rostov, announced that he will continue to receive all the bonuses he would have received if he was able to play as a starter during the time of his recovery. Former Russian international Valeri Minko, who played more than 200 games after undergoing nephrectomy himself after an in-game collision, said he expects Radić to fully recover and play again. Despite Rostov's initial promises, Radić stopped getting paid by Rostov in June 2011 and have not received any money stipulated in his contract from that time until March 2012. Terek and Chechnya's president Ramzan Kadyrov have paid him $50,000 as a goodwill gesture.
Dejan Radić (footballer) On April 23, 2011 during a Russian Premier League game against FC Terek Grozny, he collided with Zaur Sadayev fighting for a high ball. Radić had to be rushed into the hospital and had to undergo nephrectomy after his kidney was found to be seriously damaged. His club, FC Rostov, announced that he would continue to receive all the bonuses he would have received if he was able to play as a starter during the time of his recovery. Former Russian international Valeri Minko, who played more than 200 games after undergoing nephrectomy himself after an in-game collision, said he expected Radić to fully recover and play again. Despite Rostov's initial promises, Radić stopped being paid by Rostov in June 2011 and did not receive any money stipulated in his contract from that time until March 2012. Terek and Chechnya's president Ramzan Kadyrov paid him $50,000 as a goodwill gesture.