Romain ntamack parents:- It is a bit of a surprise, even for the head chef. Jacques Brunel, the France XV selection head, has today confirmed the promotion of center Toulouse’s Romain Ntamack to the Stade de France Friday (21:00 CET) for the first match of the Six Nations Championship, which takes place at the Stade de France. As a teenager (he was born on May 1, 1999), the world champion under the age of 20 is preparing to follow in his father’s footsteps, following in the footsteps of the former France legend Emile, who is 48 years old. Révélation.
His parents were both previous French rugby union internationals: Émile Ntamack is the son of former fullback Émile Ntamack, while Marie Séguéla (now Ntamack) is the daughter of flanker Marie Séguéla. She met while both studying sports science at university. Stade Toulousain (club) has another sibling named Théo, who is on the Stade Toulousain (club) and France Youth National team as a striker. While they were five years old, they played for Toulouse young squads and have never known any other group. Ntamack is of Cameroonian origin, having a paternal grandpa of Cameroonian ancestry and Pied Noir heritage, having a paternal grandmother of Pied Noir ancestry. Jean-Claude Seguela was a flyhalf/ sometimes fullback for SCA Pamiers, where many players like Walter Spanghero and Yoann Huget learned their footballing trade.
It was just about twenty-five years ago that almost to the day. On February 19, 1994, Emile Ntamack, for the first time, donned the jersey of the France XV against the country of Wales during the Five Nations Tournament. However, in contrast to his son, it was at the Arms Park in Cardiff, at the age of 23, that the Welsh winger first earned his blue and white stripes as a starter. The French bowed 24-15. In the team’s history, the 6th-best scrimmaging marksman to play for France will have seen 46 games up to 2000.
Though Romain has played rugby with his father since he was little, he has also taken to the sport from his mother, Marie-Christine. Jean-Claude Séguéla’s daughter teaches at a school in Pamiers as an EPS teacher. This long-distance walker takes part in long-distance runs and marathons regularly. Due to Romain’s graduation in 2017, his parents are now separated.
Romain was also able to rely on his father’s coaching in the family garden while playing for Toulouse. In 2005, after retiring from the fields, Emile Ntamack started in various roles at the direction of the soccer club in the Haut-Garonnais region. The current youth team manager was in charge of the little person’s son. Upon the field, Romain affectionately referred to him as “Mr.” Signed up for rugby at five years old, the usual starter remained loyal to the club, where he started in the Top 14 at 18 years old. He signed a contract extension in April that runs until the year 2023. The only Toulouse jersey was worn by his father, who played in 368 professional matches and won five French cups and three European Championships.
There is no telling how far the Ntamack story may go. Théo, the younger brother of Romain, is on the junior Stade Toulousain team. His godfather is Michel Marfaing, a former No. 3 who is now the new director of sport. The proof that the family counts a lot for the new rugby prodigy is Romain’s first tattoo on his right arm, which depicts four Apache arrows, each signifying his brother, mother, father, and himself.