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HAPPY NOVRUZ HOLIDAY!!!

Sean NolanAs in any country, there is a significant difference in Azerbaijan between the sports to which is paying a special attention, and sports that are equally less popular both among athletes and among investors. Unfortunately, rugby in this country belongs to the second kind of sports. However, this situation probably will change soon. Meet newly arrived to Baku Sean Nolan, who became a couch of Azerbaijan’s youth rugby team.

Guram Modebadze

Azerbaijan Rugby Union is deeply grieved by news about a premature demise of
Guram Modebadze
and we feel our sincere sympathy to a family and relatives.

We deeply grieve… Unfortunately in this imperfect life it is necessary to worry.He was the ligtht person whom we loved.It is very hard to lose such person.

We divide your grief. In our hearts Guram remains forever cheerful, kind and sympathetic.
Let to us will be a consolation that he presented so many love and heat. Let's pray for him.

dean Richards

Dean Richards a famous ex-England international rugby player was visiting Baku to support the Tisa Titans youth development programme and to speak at the Tisa Titans 10th anniversary dinner at the Hyatt Guba Ballroom. I had the opportunity to ask him a few questions.

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