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I find it hilarious how everyone keeps biting on the trolls carrots all the time. You’re the very reason he keeps coming back
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JayK wrote: Mon May 16, 2022 2:03 pm I find it hilarious how everyone keeps biting on the trolls carrots all the time. You’re the very reason he keeps coming back
I think that Mark Noble will be the first to admit he wasn’t the greatest player in the world , far from it , or even near being the greatest player West Ham ever had but what he did have is commitment and a sleeves rolled up never say die attitude .
Of course you can say that also about George Parris and Peter Butler but ,Noble has given 26 years of his life to West Ham .
I reckon that gives him his legendary status and rightly so.
Whether he ever deserved full international recognition is always a matter of debate but when players such as Jake Livermore (for example) got picked ahead of him at his peak then you have to ask the question why ?

And Clayton was kind of right in his contribution above ….
Noble’s looked outpaced and outclassed the last couple of years really but credit to Moyes for recognising that , at least THIS season anyway , I’m sure Noble didn’t need telling and probably played a part in that decision himself .

He’ll be a good ambassador for the club in whatever role lies ahead for him and I wish him luck as he’ll need it working for that Shortarsed Cunt and his all but dead mate .

Remember . This club ain’t run like a circus anymore .
Bring back Jonathon !

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Newmarket wrote: Mon May 16, 2022 2:46 pm
JayK wrote: Mon May 16, 2022 2:03 pm I find it hilarious how everyone keeps biting on the trolls carrots all the time. You’re the very reason he keeps coming back
I think that Mark Noble will be the first to admit he wasn’t the greatest player in the world , far from it , or even near being the greatest player West Ham ever had but what he did have is commitment and a sleeves rolled up never say die attitude .
Of course you can say that also about George Parris and Peter Butler but ,Noble has given 26 years of his life to West Ham .
I reckon that gives him his legendary status and rightly so.
Whether he ever deserved full international recognition is always a matter of debate but when players such as Jake Livermore (for example) got picked ahead of him at his peak then you have to ask the question why ?

And Clayton was kind of right in his contribution above ….
Noble’s looked outpaced and outclassed the last couple of years really but credit to Moyes for recognising that , at least THIS season anyway , I’m sure Noble didn’t need telling and probably played a part in that decision himself .

He’ll be a good ambassador for the club in whatever role lies ahead for him and I wish him luck as he’ll need it working for that Shortarsed Cunt and his all but dead mate .

Remember . This club ain’t run like a circus anymore .
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Newmarket wrote: Mon May 16, 2022 2:46 pm
JayK wrote: Mon May 16, 2022 2:03 pm I find it hilarious how everyone keeps biting on the trolls carrots all the time. You’re the very reason he keeps coming back
I think that Mark Noble will be the first to admit he wasn’t the greatest player in the world , far from it , or even near being the greatest player West Ham ever had but what he did have is commitment and a sleeves rolled up never say die attitude .
Of course you can say that also about George Parris and Peter Butler but ,Noble has given 26 years of his life to West Ham .
I reckon that gives him his legendary status and rightly so.
Whether he ever deserved full international recognition is always a matter of debate but when players such as Jake Livermore (for example) got picked ahead of him at his peak then you have to ask the question why ?

And Clayton was kind of right in his contribution above ….
Noble’s looked outpaced and outclassed the last couple of years really but credit to Moyes for recognising that , at least THIS season anyway , I’m sure Noble didn’t need telling and probably played a part in that decision himself .

He’ll be a good ambassador for the club in whatever role lies ahead for him and I wish him luck as he’ll need it working for that Shortarsed Cunt and his all but dead mate .

Remember . This club ain’t run like a circus anymore .
Simple question: is it loyalty to stay if you have no other options?
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9898 wrote: Mon May 16, 2022 3:11 pm
Newmarket wrote: Mon May 16, 2022 2:46 pm

I think that Mark Noble will be the first to admit he wasn’t the greatest player in the world , far from it , or even near being the greatest player West Ham ever had but what he did have is commitment and a sleeves rolled up never say die attitude .
Of course you can say that also about George Parris and Peter Butler but ,Noble has given 26 years of his life to West Ham .
I reckon that gives him his legendary status and rightly so.
Whether he ever deserved full international recognition is always a matter of debate but when players such as Jake Livermore (for example) got picked ahead of him at his peak then you have to ask the question why ?

And Clayton was kind of right in his contribution above ….
Noble’s looked outpaced and outclassed the last couple of years really but credit to Moyes for recognising that , at least THIS season anyway , I’m sure Noble didn’t need telling and probably played a part in that decision himself .

He’ll be a good ambassador for the club in whatever role lies ahead for him and I wish him luck as he’ll need it working for that Shortarsed Cunt and his all but dead mate .

Remember . This club ain’t run like a circus anymore .
Simple question: is it loyalty to stay if you have no other options?
You don’t know whether he had other options or not so it’s a moot point .
So stop banging on about it .
I’m not his greatest fan but I ain’t for slagging the man off right now .
Bring back Jonathon !

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JayK wrote: Mon May 16, 2022 2:03 pm I find it hilarious how everyone keeps biting on the trolls carrots all the time. You’re the very reason he keeps coming back
We are being good Samaritans,
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I watched quite a few videos last night..Did have a lump to the throat
and a tear to the eye.
If Mark had a bit more pace,he may have been a regular for England.His not one of our greatest players,by all means,but one thing I'd say,his up.there with being one of our best captains and we have had a few good one's.

He is numero uno has a person.A top professional and also a wonderful human being.

Jessie Lingard came down to us for 4 months and he said he learnt more has a person in that time,than he did at the biggest club in England,that he spent two thirds of his life at.

That was mostly down to Nobes.He had his headphones on,on his first day.Mark said to him,"We don't do that here,we all mix and have a chat,interact and play games".

All the best whatever you do mate.
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Newmarket wrote: Mon May 16, 2022 2:46 pm
JayK wrote: Mon May 16, 2022 2:03 pm I find it hilarious how everyone keeps biting on the trolls carrots all the time. You’re the very reason he keeps coming back
I think that Mark Noble will be the first to admit he wasn’t the greatest player in the world , far from it , or even near being the greatest player West Ham ever had but what he did have is commitment and a sleeves rolled up never say die attitude .
Of course you can say that also about George Parris and Peter Butler but ,Noble has given 26 years of his life to West Ham .
I reckon that gives him his legendary status and rightly so.
Whether he ever deserved full international recognition is always a matter of debate but when players such as Jake Livermore (for example) got picked ahead of him at his peak then you have to ask the question why ?

And Clayton was kind of right in his contribution above ….
Noble’s looked outpaced and outclassed the last couple of years really but credit to Moyes for recognising that , at least THIS season anyway , I’m sure Noble didn’t need telling and probably played a part in that decision himself .

He’ll be a good ambassador for the club in whatever role lies ahead for him and I wish him luck as he’ll need it working for that Shortarsed Cunt and his all but dead mate .

Remember . This club ain’t run like a circus anymore .
You’re 100% right mate. He shoulda had some caps in the 15/16 Payet season. You could say Payet made him look good but his passing was top class imo that season. I also remember Noble saying his legs can’t do 2 games a week anymore and I’m pretty sure that was Bilic’ last season, so he knew his limits.

Not sure what any of that has to do with people biting the trolls carrot though. Was a generic statement, not just for this thread
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eskimo joe wrote: Mon May 16, 2022 3:19 pm
JayK wrote: Mon May 16, 2022 2:03 pm I find it hilarious how everyone keeps biting on the trolls carrots all the time. You’re the very reason he keeps coming back
We are being good Samaritans,
Dunno why ya bother mate
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Newmarket wrote: Mon May 16, 2022 3:15 pm
9898 wrote: Mon May 16, 2022 3:11 pm

Simple question: is it loyalty to stay if you have no other options?
You don’t know whether he had other options or not so it’s a moot point .
So stop banging on about it .
I’m not his greatest fan but I ain’t for slagging the man off right now .
Mate. He made millions being an ordinary footballer.
The last few years he aligned himself with Sullivan to gain an extra couple of years as a PR player and a job after football.
No problem at all with the above but this PR led sainthood campaign is f-ing ridiculous.
Now we've even got normal blokes saying they watch videos of him and nearly start crying. Jesus Christ.
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