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Matt Le Tissier flouted lockdown rules and claims Covid 'wasn't what we were told'

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Coronavirus lockdown rules as he believed "the threat was not what they were telling us". The Southampton legend has regularly made headlines with his strong views on lockdowns, the Covid-19 vaccines, and even the validity of some images emanating from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Le Tissier has previously claimed some of the patients on Coronavirus wards were “actors” while also stating he believes some of the videos and pictures from Ukraine were “falsified”.

Since his controversial views have become more mainstream, he has been relieved of his services by Sky Sports News and also stepped down from his ambassadorial role with Southampton, a move he said was to “separate the work I believe in from my relationship with the club”.

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