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'Shouldn't have to do that': Some West Ham fans discuss what Noble did after 2-2 Dundee draw

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West Ham fans have taken to Twitter to react after hearing what Mark Noble did, after the 2-2 draw against Dundee on Friday.

What’s the story?

Well, the 34-year-old was spotted by a Football London reporter – who had taken a wrong turn – in the dressing room after full-time.

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Inside the dressing room, Noble was seen with a broom and rubbish bag in hand, tidying up after his teammates following the pre-season friendly.

Football London insist that the West Ham No.16 was not being performative, nor was he moaning at anyone for not helping him.

Noble was merely being a thoughtful person, who felt a responsibility to ensure West Ham’s reputation was not stained by leaving a mess behind.

How do West Ham replace Mark Noble?

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Simply put, West Ham won’t be able to replace Noble.

Of course, David Moyes could probably find a similar player to what Noble was like in his prime.

However, finding someone with the same love for West Ham, and the same understanding of what the club means, simply won’t happen.

There’s a reason he’s called Mr West Ham.

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In this day and age, we’re unlikely to get players like Noble again, or managers like Arsene Wenger and Sir Alex Ferguson.

The loyalty just isn’t there, from either the club, or the player.

Anyway, let’s see what the West Ham fans on Twitter have been saying about Noble’s kind gesture…

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