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Moyes reveals midfielder’s career is not over

Mark Noble’s Hammers carer – or the end of it – has been discussed for a coupe of seasons or more!

But as far as David Moyes is concerned there’s life in those legs yet as the captain looks to continue before heading no doubt into a coaching job with the club.

There seems little doubt that the current midfield of Declan Riace, Tomas Soucek, Pablo Fornals and Jarrod Bowen will be his first choice midfield for the remainder of this season.

And should the Hammers remain in the Premier League  next as well with Soucek remaining permanently.

The 32 year old has recovered from a tight hamstring and could be set for a position in the squad this afternoon  but in the meantime Moyes has made his position and feeling clear on the midfield loyalist.

He of course has nothing but good to say about the player revealing that he will remain in and around his team, telling reporters: “Mark Noble has done a brilliant job for me, his leadership, the way he takes responsibility on and off the pitch as we have seen through lockdown.

“Mark Noble would always be in and around all my teams. He did have a little bit of a tight hamstring, and it was never going to be the case that we were going to play Mark in all of the games.

We’ve had to pick and choose what we thought was right, but I wouldn’t be without him that is for sure. Since I’ve come back I can’t think of a bad game Mark Noble has played, there may be ones where he could have done better but overall he’s done very well.


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Hugh Southon is a lifelong Iron and the founding editor of ClaretandHugh. He is a national newspaper journalist of many years experience and was Bobby Moore's 'ghost' writer during the great man's lifetime. He describes ClaretandHugh as "the Hammers daily newspaper!" Follow on Twitter @hughsouthon

3 comments on “Moyes reveals midfielder’s career is not over

  1. Yes , great servant of the club but his premiereship career should have ended a couple of seasons ago . . Has little technical ability so not sure about coaching in these days of specialist coaches but certainly as an ambassador for the club . COYI

  2. I know that we have just beaten a weak team in Norwich, but it’s like a rollercoaster ride with some of the comments that I read. Pellegrini was sacked and left behind a weak unbalanced team. Moyes is carrying out a second rescue act with this poor unbalanced squad. Whatever he does, give him the respect that he deserves and the time he needs to complete this job.
    After all when Sir Alex Ferguson retired at Man U, Moyes was the chosen replacement….. This happened for good reason and if he is given a breather and allowed to “Manage”….. We may get his BEST work out of him…… Better even than at Everton…. I’d be happy with that!

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