Matt Le Tissier is a British football television pundit and former professional footballer know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Career Earnings
|Name||Matt Le Tissier|
|Birthdate ( Age)||14 October 1968|
|Place of Birth||Saint Peter Port, Guernsey|
|Spouse/Partner||Angela Nabulsi (m. 2008), Cathy Le Tissier (m. 1990–1997)|
|Children||Keeleigh Le Tissier, Mitchell Le Tissier|
|Parents||Name not Known|
|Profession||British football television pundit and former professional footballer|
|Net Worth||$2.5 Million|
Matthew Paul Le Tissier is a British football television pundit and former professional footballer.Le Tissier spent his entire professional club career with Southampton and won eight caps for the England national team before turning to non-League football in 2002; his loyalty garnered special affection from Southampton’s fans who nicknamed him “Le God”.
In 2020, he was voted the Eurosport Best Premier League Player of All Time, ahead of many world-renowned Premier League footballers, such as Cristiano Ronaldo, Wayne Rooney, Alan Shearer and Thierry Henry.
Matt Le Tissier Family
Le Tissier was born in Guernsey, a British crown dependency, and played youth football on the island with Vale Recreation between the ages of seven and sixteen. At fifteen, he had a trial at English club Oxford United, but nothing came of it.All three of Le Tissier’s brothers – Mark, Kevin and Carl – also played football, but never professionally.Mark is currently secretary of Guernsey F.C.
Matt Le Tissier Wife
Le Tissier married childhood sweetheart Cathy and had two children, Mitchell and Keeleigh. The couple divorced in 1997 and Cathy and the children moved back to Guernsey, after which he had a relationship with Home and Away and Emmerdale actress Emily Symons.In 2008 Married with Angela Nabulsi.
Matt Le Tissier Net Worth
Matthew Paul Le Tissier is a British football television pundit and former professional footballer who has an estimated Net Worth of $2.5 Million in 2022.
Le Tissier made his club debut in a 4–3 defeat at Norwich City in the Football League First Division, and by the end of that season had scored six goals in 24 league games, including a hat-trick against Leicester City in the league.
Le Tissier’s highest scoring league season was 1993–94, when he scored 25 league goals.The following season he won the Match of the Day Goal of the Season award for his drifting 40-yard chip against Blackburn Rovers, scoring against his long-term friend, and former Southampton keeper, Tim Flowers.
Le Tissier’s goal tally for the season regularly went well into double figures for the league alone throughout the 1990s, playing a major role in Southampton preserving their top flight status into the new millennium as they came close to relegation on five occasions in the first seven seasons of the Premier League – including one season when they only survived on goal difference.
On 2 April 2000, Le Tissier scored a last minute penalty for Southampton in a 2–1 defeat to Sunderland. This brought his tally of Premiership goals to 100, making him only the sixth player and first midfielder to reach this milestone.
In 2009, Le Tissier made an appearance on the Channel 4 game show, Countdown, as the Dictionary Corner guest, next to Countdown’s resident lexicographer, Susie Dent. He would make 10 appearances over two spells in 2009 and 2010. On 28 September 2015, Le Tissier became the first former guest to become a contestant on the show. He won three shows, including scoring two centuries, before losing on his 4th appearance to John Hardie, who would reach the quarter-finals at the end of that series.
In 2020, Le Tissier became an outspoken critic on the reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic in the United Kingdom, with several tweets in which he criticised what he deemed to be an “overreaction” from the government and media, among others opposing lockdowns and mask orders.An image he posted on Twitter which implied a comparison between the Holocaust and having to wear masks during the pandemic was deleted.In 2021, Le Tissier drew widespread criticism when he again promoted conspiracy theories.