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Noble: “Two weeks to become a proper team”

nOBESMark Noble can’t wait to see Sam Allardyce’s starting line-up for the match against Sampdoria this weekend.

And he will be interested to see the starting line-up declaring:  “With so many players coming in and some of the injuries we’ve got, it’ll be interesting to see what starting XI the gaffer will go with.

He told www.whufc.com: “We’ve got less than two weeks now to knuckle down and to become a proper team and hopefully we can get another couple of signings in to improve the squad and the team.”

Looking back at the trip to Germany he said: “The level was a lot higher and the teams were a lot better and we coped well in spells. We played Malaga and they had all the ball, but it was a good work out for the boys. We know the way the Spanish play; you expect that.

“It’s hard as I’ve been through pre-seasons before and we’ve battered every team we’ve come across but then we’ve lost the first three games of the season. So I think in pre-season it’s all about fitness, getting to a level where you want to be at to play in the Premier League.”


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One comment on “Noble: “Two weeks to become a proper team”

  1. We all know to well that for all Nobles wishes for an exciting team full of flair and creativiety we are more likely to get a team full of dull and average at best players.

    So on that note:
    My team to face Spurs first game of season that BFS picks is as follows:




    C COLE

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