WHO Poll
Q: 2020/2021 Where will we finish up this season?
a. Top Four, Champions League here we come
8%
  
b. 5th-7th Europa League is well within our grasp
9%
  
c. 8th to 14th anywhere in mid table is about right
32%
  
d. We're in a dog fight before a ball has been kicked and we'll do well to finish 17th or just above
25%
  
e. GSB have derailed our season before a ball has been kicked, the Championship beckons
26%
  



bruuuno 8:58 Wed Jan 1
Mark Noble West Ham Legend
Up there with Bonds, Brooking et al for me.

Irons

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JayeMPee 2:21 Tue Dec 29
Re: Mark Noble West Ham Legend
Great servant to the club but way past his best now. I think the Captains band should be transferred to Declan on a permanent basis, silly to see Noble come on for the last ten minutes and take the band!

Thanks Mark for all you have done now enjoy watching the team develop.

Side of Ham 1:55 Tue Dec 29
Re: Mark Noble West Ham Legend
I always get the feeling Mark didn’t want to be Mr West Ham on his own and would have loved to have been part of a team that had the legends mentioned on here alongside him.

Last of the West Hamohicans

Stowie.40 1:50 Tue Dec 29
Re: Mark Noble West Ham Legend
At his best he was only ever just good enough for this league. As time as gone he’s got worse and now ooks like a championship player at best. Good servant whose been well paid for it, the Burnley thing will always wrangle me. legend in service not in quality.

ironsofcanada 1:44 Tue Dec 29
Re: Mark Noble West Ham Legend
Great servant with some bits of magic over the years. A Premiership player that is our level on the pitch. Too slow to be a higher level than that but loyalty is a virtue in my book and he never hid, sometimes to our detriment.

Should not be starting now.

cygnet 1:39 Tue Dec 29
Re: Mark Noble West Ham Legend
Noble is way over 500 appearances for West Ham now and has contributed to some of the more memorable moments in recent years.
My own personal faves are the volley at Leicester and a last minute penalty winner against Liverpool at Upton Park.
Unfortunately his legs clearly aren't up to 90 minutes now
but I would still bring him on latter stages to help close out games.

Mace66 1:03 Tue Dec 29
Re: Mark Noble West Ham Legend
I think West Ham’s record over the last 20 years mirrors Noble as a player. Just about Prem standard by the skin of our teeth for much of that time, and as he’s ageing he’s bound to be not good enough

wd40 12:58 Tue Dec 29
Re: Mark Noble West Ham Legend
One of our better players not a great one but deserve a good send off with a full ground applauding him.

ChillTheKeel 12:42 Tue Dec 29
Re: Mark Noble West Ham Legend
cartis 12:20

Agreed, although I don't know many multi-millionaire servants.

only1billybonds 12:33 Tue Dec 29
Re: Mark Noble West Ham Legend
Cartis.

I was referring to his length of service. I'm a fan of Noble but in my eyes,he will never achieve the playing heights and iconic staus reached by Bonds and Brooking.

master 12:28 Tue Dec 29
Re: Mark Noble West Ham Legend
Adequate player, but most certainly limited and the fact we didn't replace him for effectively 10 years is one of the reasons we barely progressed in that time.

cartis 12:20 Tue Dec 29
Re: Mark Noble West Ham Legend
Light years away from those two for me .
If he wasn't a local lad and West Ham fan he would perceived very differently.
Decent servant yes ,club legend not for me.

Mex Martillo 11:20 Tue Dec 29
Re: Mark Noble West Ham Legend
Nolan was a good player and quite similar to Noble, but I think scored more goals.
However, I never really thought of Nolan as a West Ham man, he was BFS man. BFS was a cunt, got us playing crap cunty football and even laughed at our great club and traditions. Rightly or wrongly that all made Nolan a bit of a cunt as well.

the exile 8:35 Mon Dec 28
Re: Mark Noble West Ham Legend
only1 - agreed.

only1billybonds 7:42 Mon Dec 28
Re: Mark Noble West Ham Legend
Exile.

I take your point. Just saying that i hope the fan base dont forget what he has contributed over the years because thevinevitable has caught up. Hopefully,him and the manager can have an honest conversation regarding his future role and act accordingly.

master 7:41 Mon Dec 28
Re: Mark Noble West Ham Legend
Our manager chose to play the equivalent of Hourihane instead of Grealish. So dumb.

Chopper Toshack 7:35 Mon Dec 28
Re: Mark Noble West Ham Legend
Coffee 10:20 Mon Dec 28
Re: Mark Noble West Ham Legend
What makes a legend?

Bringing home the silverware.

camel-with-3-humps 6:17 Mon Dec 28
Re: Mark Noble West Ham Legend
He moves like a rhino waking up from a tranquilliser dart. Days are over.

the exile 6:06 Mon Dec 28
Re: Mark Noble West Ham Legend
only 1 - that's all very well up to a point, but but trying to do a job that's different to the one the manager gave him is nothing to do with succumbing to age.

only1billybonds 6:01 Mon Dec 28
Re: Mark Noble West Ham Legend
Only someone of limited mental capacity would turn on him now if he fails to perform. He is the nearest thing by a country mile to Bonds,Brooking et al as long serving club legends.

He should be thanked for his service,not chastised for succumbing to age.
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the exile 5:55 Mon Dec 28
Re: Mark Noble West Ham Legend
I don't see why any of this should tarnish the image or legacy of Noble. The difference with Nolan was that he had very little history with the club.

Jasnik 5:43 Mon Dec 28
Re: Mark Noble West Ham Legend
Full Claret Jacket 5:21 Mon Dec 28

Lanzini does play that position better as that is his role.

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