Born on March 20, 1969 in Cahors in the Lot, Fabien Galthie is an emblematic face of French rugby. Playing as a scrum-half for US Colomiers and Stade Français during his career as a professional player, he also wore the XV de France jersey 64 times between 1993 and 2001. Champion of France in 2002, he was also a finalist in the 1999 World Cup with the France team.. After retiring from sport, Fabien Galthié embarked on a dual career, as he is both a sports consultant for the antennas of France Télévisions, but also a professional rugby coach. Since the start of his retraining, the former number 9 has coached three teams: the Stade Français, with whom he became French champion in 2006, but also Montpellier and Toulon.
Recruited as assistant coach of the France team in 2019, he will be promoted to the position of coach only a few months later. Since then, the results of Fabien Glathié at the head of the XV of France speak for him. After winning the Six Nations tournament three times as a player, he won this competition as a coach for the first time in 2022, with a grand slam at stake (France beat all the other teams during the tournament, editor’s note). Just under a year from the 2023 World Cup, which will take place in France, the Blues are considered (…)
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