Many West Ham United fans have been reacting to a comment made by Mark Noble with regards to his future in the beautiful game.
Speaking to West Ham TV, the skipper admitted that he ‘has not got too long left’ given that he turns 34 years of age in May, which has come as a big worry to several members of the London Stadium faithful.
Should Noble retire for West Ham?
With no supporters currently allowed into stadiums at the moment due to the spread of the global pandemic, a lot of Hammers are fearing that he may not be able to play a testimonial in front of them for all of his dedication to the East London club.
The central midfield player has made no fewer than 518 appearances for the Irons in 17 consecutive terms over the course of his footballing career so far (Transfermarkt), and surely deserves the right send-off if he is to leave soon.
West Ham fan reaction to Noble admission
These WHU fans expressed their sadness at the £4m-rated (Transfermarkt) man’s admission on Twitter:
“He talks like it’s the beginning of the end of his career & that thought makes me sad!!”
“Club’s not going to be the same when he goes.”
“I’m not ready for this.”
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