West Ham’s Chadwell heath training ground has been officially renamed the Mark Noble Arena with David Gold making a surprise visit.
With Mark’s last game potentially this Sunday at Brighton, the captain has a chance of recording his 550th appearances for the Hammers.
Three years ago West Ham United officially opened their new Academy facility after a £4m investment. Bought in 1962 the Saville road training ground was initially the first team training HQ until 2016 when they moved to Rush Green.
The Hammers have released a Mark Noble collection called MN16 on the club store to mark his retirement
He has also announced his autobiography on Amazon called Boleyn Boy for £18 on pre-order which is available on 10th November in time for Christmas.
Last week West Ham announced that the Young Hammer of the Year award will henceforth be named the Mark Noble Young Hammer of the Year Award in honour of our retiring captain. with Ben Johnson became the inaugural winner of the Mark Noble Award.