Émile "Milou" Ntamack (born 25 June 1970 in Lyon, Rhône) is a former rugby union footballer who played professionally for Stade Toulousain and France, winning 46 caps. He made his French debut against Wales during the 1994 Five Nations Championship. Ntamack was part of the Grand Slam winning sides in 1997. In 2003, he stopped his professional rugby union career due to a facial injury. His younger brother, Francis Ntamack was also capped by France. Ntamack coached the Espoirs team of the Stade Toulousain and the French U21 team which was the first Northern Hemisphere side to win the World Championships in this age category, held in Auvergne in 2006.

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  • Émile Ntamack, né le 25 juin 1970 à Lyon, est un ancien international français de rugby à XV jouant au poste d'arrière, d'ailier ou de centre au sein du Stade toulousain où il a fait toute sa carrière et a gagné plusieurs titres nationaux et européens, et est désormais entraîneur du même sport. Il est du 24 octobre 2007 jusqu'en novembre 2011 entraîneur des lignes arrières de l'équipe de France de rugby, équipe qu'il mène jusqu'en finale de la coupe du monde 2011. Il entraîne quelques années l'équipe des benjamins du Stade toulousain. En Juin 2015, Fabien Pelous étant choisi comme directeur général, il se voit confier le poste d'entraineur des lignes arrières de l'Union Bordeaux-Bègles. Laurent Marti saute sur l'occasion et le fait signer un contrat de trois saisons. Il est surnommé « Milou » ou encore « la Panthère noire » en raison de sa couleur de peau et de sa foulée, souple et élégante. (fr)
  • Émile Ntamack (Lyon, 25 de junio de 1970) es un ex-jugador francés de rugby que se desempeñaba normalmente como centro. Actualmente es entrenador de backs del Union Bordeaux Bègles. (es)
  • Émile "Milou" Ntamack (born 25 June 1970 in Lyon, Rhône) is a former rugby union footballer who played professionally for Stade Toulousain and France, winning 46 caps. He made his French debut against Wales during the 1994 Five Nations Championship. Ntamack was part of the Grand Slam winning sides in 1997. In 2003, he stopped his professional rugby union career due to a facial injury. His younger brother, Francis Ntamack was also capped by France. Ntamack coached the Espoirs team of the Stade Toulousain and the French U21 team which was the first Northern Hemisphere side to win the World Championships in this age category, held in Auvergne in 2006. Ntamack was the first man to lift the Heineken Cup, winning it in Cardiff Arms Park in 1995. He captained the Toulouse team to victory on the day against Cardiff. Toulouse won 21-18 As of 2007 he has been backs coach for the international French team. (en)
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  • Émile Ntamack (Lyon, 25 de junio de 1970) es un ex-jugador francés de rugby que se desempeñaba normalmente como centro. Actualmente es entrenador de backs del Union Bordeaux Bègles. (es)
  • Émile "Milou" Ntamack (born 25 June 1970 in Lyon, Rhône) is a former rugby union footballer who played professionally for Stade Toulousain and France, winning 46 caps. He made his French debut against Wales during the 1994 Five Nations Championship. Ntamack was part of the Grand Slam winning sides in 1997. In 2003, he stopped his professional rugby union career due to a facial injury. His younger brother, Francis Ntamack was also capped by France. Ntamack coached the Espoirs team of the Stade Toulousain and the French U21 team which was the first Northern Hemisphere side to win the World Championships in this age category, held in Auvergne in 2006. (en)
  • Émile Ntamack, né le 25 juin 1970 à Lyon, est un ancien international français de rugby à XV jouant au poste d'arrière, d'ailier ou de centre au sein du Stade toulousain où il a fait toute sa carrière et a gagné plusieurs titres nationaux et européens, et est désormais entraîneur du même sport. Il est surnommé « Milou » ou encore « la Panthère noire » en raison de sa couleur de peau et de sa foulée, souple et élégante. (fr)
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