Mark Noble

Mark Noble

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Mark Noble

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Mark James Noble (born 8 May 1987 in Canning Town, London) is an English football player who plays for championship club West Ham United. He has played all his youth and first team football for West Ham and made 20 appearances, scoring 3 goals, for the England under-21 team which he captained.

Despite his relatively young age, Noble is the longest serving player in the Hammers' current squad, having been in the first team since 2004.

Club career

Early career

Noble joined the West Ham United youth academy as a schoolboy after a short spell at Arsenal and became the youngest player ever to appear in the reserve team, aged 15. and made his debut in the senior team at the age of just 17 in the League Cup in August 2004 in a 2–0 win against Southend. He made his league debut in the Championship in January 2005, in a 4–2 defeat away at Wolves.

Former Manager Alan Pardew had described Noble as possibly the best prospect at the club. He won the Young Hammer of the Year Upon West Ham's return to the Premiership, he featured in games against Tottenham...
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