“This club means everything to the people of Azerbaijan. Our lands are being occupied. It’s through success with Qarabag that we bring that to the attention of the world."
, head of communications of Azerbaijan's Qarabag, which makes its UEFA Champions League debut against Chelsea on Tuesday, 24 years after the club's hometown, Aghdam, was
occupied by Armenian forces. Aghdam is today a ghost town, and Qarabag, depicted by Armenia as a puppet of the Azeri regime, plays in Baku, Azerbaijan's capital. (Daily Telegraph