Romain Ntamack Stands Firm: Galthie's Leadership Unquestionable Despite World Cup Exit
- Mike Johnshon
- 06 Nov, 2023
Rugby fly-half Romain Ntamack, who couldn't join the tournament due to a knee injury, emphasized that despite France's Rugby World Cup quarterfinals exit and their loss to South Africa, coach Fabien Galthie is unquestionably the right person for the job.
Ntamack, 24, stated firmly that there's no argument regarding Galthie's continuation as the coach, despite the team's unfortunate performance in the World Cup.
"I think that with everything he has brought to this team over the last four years, even this elimination in no way calls into question all the work that has been done," said Ntamack.
"He's the man for the job and there is obviously no debate about that."
Appearing on RTL after the publication of his book "Rugby in the Blood," the Toulouse athlete also expressed his aspiration to eventually join a team in Australia or New Zealand.
"It's not necessarily relevant right away," said Ntamack.
"But it's true that the southern hemisphere has always attracted me. Since I was little, I've always watched Super Rugby," he added.
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