Charlie Ntamark (born 22 July 1964) was a Cameroonian footballer who played at both professional and international levels as a midfielder.
Ntamark played in Cameroon for Canon Yaoundé, and in England for Boreham Wood, Walsall and Hednesford Town. Charlie played 276 games in the league for Walsall scoring 12 times, He also played cup games but I have not been able to find that information. He was revered by Walsall fans, who called his name all the time.
Hednesford Town Photo
He also represented Cameroon at international level, earning 31 caps and appearing on Cameroon’s championship team at the 1988 African Cup of Nations.
After retiring from professional football, Ntamark studied law at the University of Birmingham.
Years Team Apps (Gls)
? Canon Yaoundé
? Boreham Wood
1990–1997 Walsall 276 (12)
? Hednesford Town
? Cameroon 31 (?)