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West Ham United: Daily Mail reporter breaks major Mark Noble development

West Ham United: Daily Mail reporter breaks major Mark Noble development -West Ham News

Breaking a major West Ham development on Twitter, journalist Sami Mokbel of The Daily Mail has some news for Hammers fans involving long-time club servant Mark Noble.

The Lowdown: Noble in last season…

The midfielder, who has been at West Ham for nearly 18 years, making his senior debut in August 2004, will hang up his Hammers boots at the end of this campaign.

Noble confirmed his intention to quit the playing side of football in March last year, sending an emotional letter of gratitude to supporters, and there has been speculation since of what could be next for the 34-year-old.

Sharing news on that front, Mokbel has a major development for West Ham fans involving their fan favourite.

The Latest: Mokbel breaks Noble news…

Breaking news on Twitter, the Mail journalist says both Noble and West Ham are in talks over a football executive role for the player.

It is believed the Englishman is even open to that possibility provided he’ll be granted ‘genuine influence’.

“West Ham in talks with Mark Noble over football executive role,” said Mokbel.

“Understand he’s open to it provided he can have genuine influence. Plus – Kurt Zouma recovers from stomach bug ahead of Newcastle.”

The Verdict: Big update…

News of Noble’s possible extended stay at Rush Green after he retires from the playing side of football comes as a big update.

The former Three Lions international is seen as a really influential figure behind-the-scenes and embodies the spirit of West Ham through and through.

Keeping a figure of his importance could come as vital to maintain a feel-good factor and drive the Irons forward with a specific vision.

In other news: West Ham handed potential Declan Rice boost as insider shares news from unlikely source, find out more here.


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