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.

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