Interview With Matt Le Tissier
What is your fondest memory from the football pitch?
My first England cap, it was a culmination of a boyhood dream.
You stayed with Southampton for your whole career, why was this, do you regret not moving clubs?
I loved where I was, I always put personal happiness above money and have no regrets about that at all.
You have made a successful career for yourself as an after-dinner speaker, what kind of stories do you share at events?
My stories try to cover the most frequently asked questions I get, often my favourite goal, best manager, toughest opponent and what it is like working on TV and being in the public eye.
What or who has been the greatest influence in your life?
I have great parents and family who have always kept me grounded.
You are a popular pundit on Soccer Saturday, how have you found the transition from playing to commentary?
I found the transition pretty easy because I love watching football. It was always my hobby before it became my job, so it felt like a natural progression.