‘Matt Le Tissier Set To Mozart’ Is As Good As It Sounds (Video)

Chris Wright

1st, April 2011

7 Comments

By Chris Wright

A timely reminder of the nonchalantly sublime talent that Matt Le Tissier possessed (and some would argue ‘wasted’) in his heyday, back before he took up residence as Soccer Saturday’s ‘purveyor of off-camera sex-noises’ in chief…

I must say, a spot of Mozart to accompany a highlights reel video makes a welcomed change from the usual generic Euro techno or that godawful ‘Bodies Hit The Floor’ monstrosity that seems to be doing the Youtube rounds of late.

Makes you feel all classy and high-falutin’, don’t it just?

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  1. Atssip says:

    this video comes from RUNOFPLAY

    I don’t think Mozart is the best choice for Matt Le Tissier

    Bye

  2. caravan says:

    Back when football was actually enjoyable to watch.

  3. genewilder says:

    @Atssip

    I disagree, he’d go to Legoland.

    Bye

  4. Luke says:

    Yeah, you really should give a touch of credit to the Run of Play article or at least have it as ‘further reading’ rather than just giving us the final product like some hungry puppies.

  5. Jay says:

    Wonderful video. Thanks for sharing WAATP!…..I do feel rather powsh after watching that!lol

    But seriously, two artistic geniuses in tandem – Mozart and Le Tissier. Absolutely quality combination for a video. Great stuff.

  6. MontolivoMonster says:

    “I must say, a spot of Mozart to accompany a highlights reel video makes a welcomed change from the usual generic Euro techno or that godawful ‘Bodies Hit The Floor’ monstrosity that seems to be doing the Youtube rounds of late.”

    YES. I agree 10000000000x

  7. Ben says:

    As a big fan of Pies and Run of Play, I do have to agree that it’s a wee bit shady not to give some credit where it’s due. BUT! It’s still a worthwhile post, so let’s not get dissing, eh?

    Anyway, here’s the link to Richard Whittall’s original article:
    http://www.runofplay.com/2011/02/28/on-soundtracks/

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