The best player in Premiership history is Matt Le Tissier

Eurosport had the voting for the best player in the history of the Premiership, and surprisingly Matt Le Tissier won. The football icon of the 1990s, one of the last Mohicans of this beautiful game and a man called Le God in his Southampton. He celebrated in the final by defeating Thierry Henry.

Voting ended on Sunday at 1:30 p.m., and out of 21,042 votes, 60 % of them voted for Le Tissier. The story is even crazier if it is known that this icon was almost out of these 32 proposed players.

Who is Matt Le Tissier and why did he deserve the victory?

On Monday afternoon in the mid-1990sm, you couldn’t see a single kid on the roads of Catalonia. Everyone was at home, waiting for a half-hour TV show with summaries from the Premiership. Everyone was waiting for Matt Le Tissier. What goals he scored, amazing. He would hit the fork, then he would pre-fish half of the opponent’s defense, and then he would just switch the back defender and I like calmly. And all that like it is the most ordinary thing in the world.

His talent bounced off anything you can ever see until then. Without using speed, he could dribble seven or eight players. He would just walk past them. He was sensational. No one can’t believe what they are watching. Everyone admired him. He was quiet, unobtrusive, and scored like no one before. He could play for any team in the world, and he persisted in Southampton. Incredibly!


All this information came before nine years ago by the Xavi Hernandez, one of the greatest midfielders of the modern age and a footballer who redefined the role of the midfielder. In 2010, Spain won the world title and merged the continental title with the world title. And in one interview Xavi speaks about his idol Matt Le Tissier.

Today Matthew Paul Le Tissier is a football television presenter, but in history, he had one great Soccer10 result. Many fans admire him at the time of his playing career.