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Moyes gives Nobes a recruitment promise

David Moyes has revealed that he will be speaking to director of football Mark Noble should he decide to sign a player,

The Hammers boss has admitted that he may try to bring in a new arrival this winter and claims that Nobes will be consulted.

Buy he claims that Mark is new to recruitment telling reporters the former skipper had never been involved in the operation before.

He said: “Mark is new to it and, let’s be fair, he’s never been involved in recruitment before. He’s not been involved in dealing with young players, or contracts.

So he’s growing into it and he’s grown into it really quickly. There’s a lot of young sporting directors. I can think of Darren Fletcher at Manchester United. I wouldn’t necessarily think he’s making all the decisions at Manchester United.

But it’s a role that’s really important for us because Mark knows the club, the academy and he’s enjoying it. He’s working different hours than he’s worked before. But if I was going to sign a player I would speak with Mark as well. “

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One comment on “Moyes gives Nobes a recruitment promise

  1. Why are the Board allowing West Ham to be held to ransom by the whims and changing moods of David Moyes ? Mark Noble was brought in to ease the transfer problems. Why are they still putting up with Moyes’s, “I want them” “No I don’t I have changed my mind” mentality ?.

    Let Mark Noble pick us some Players and we might just get some stars the fit in.

    The trouble with David Moyes is, he professes to want a young team, but prefers to stick with those he knows and would rather turn down a star and keep a fool, because he is used to working with them.

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