Piers Morgan replicates West Ham United ace Mark Noble dressing room picture
Piers Morgan has sent a jibe at West Ham veteran Mark Noble after he was seen sweeping the changing room floor after a Europa League clash.
The Hammers captain was seen cleaning the dressing room after the Irons’ emphatic 3-0 win away at Lyon.
Morgan insisted he was “Pulling a Mark Noble” after being pictured sweeping the floor on Twitter.
The 35-year-old has kept his word after admitting in February that he cleans the changing room after every away game – no matter the result.
He previously told The Sun: “A lot of the foreign boys don’t get it. But every away game we go to now, or every away game we play, win, lose or draw, I sweep the changing room after the game so it’s spotless.”
There aren’t many in the game like Noble anymore – he will go down in West Ham history as the most loyal player to have ever played in claret & blue.
The midfielder is a touch of class on and off the pitch and he will be sorely missed when he departs at the end of the season.
Despite not playing an awful lot this season, his presence within the dressing room would have been crucial for the success the Hammers have enjoyed this season.
Not only does he lead by example as seen with him sweeping the floor, but he is also a great teammate to have around that every single member of that squad can learn from.
It is a massive shame that Declan Rice looks to be heading out the door as well having turned down yet another contract offer from the club, as per Football Daily.
The Irons’ new players need someone to learn from to teach them the values of the club and Noble won’t be there to do it after filling that role for so, so long.
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