How will new eligibility change International Rugby w/ Dan Leo | Brian Moore’s Full Contact Podcast

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Brian Moore & Tom May are joined by former Samoa international and CEO of Pacific Welfare Dan Leo to discuss how much rugby’s new eligibility rules, which allow previously capped international players to switch countries will impact the game

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