West Ham discussing new documentary for Mark Noble with broadcaster
West Ham United are in talks with a broadcaster over making a documentary about captain Mark Noble, according to Daily Mail.
The 34-year-old midfielder is set to retire from professional football at the end of the campaign, and the Hammers want to mark his 18-year playing career with a documentary.
West Ham also plan to celebrate Noble’s time at the club on their final home game of the season against Manchester City.
Nobes has established himself as a hero for the Hammers, and while he never got to force his way into the England set-up during his prime years, he will go down in history as a club legend.
He has had to play a very limited role on the pitch so far this term, but his influence in the dressing room remains crucial, and he is expected to remain with the club in a coaching role once he retires.
Noble has been a faithful servant and is deserving of a documentary and a proper send-off.
In Declan Rice, West Ham have already gotten a capable replacement for their outgoing captain, and the fans will be hoping he can follow in his footsteps by becoming a one-club player.
That will make a lot of their dreams come true, but the chances of that happening are as slim as they come, and it is why Noble deserves a lot of accolades for deciding to stick with the club all his career.
David Moyes will miss the contributions of the veteran midfielder, but could he be set to lose another key player in the position in the summer?
In other West Ham news, Jack Wilshere has predicted major Hammers exit, but reckons one goal would stop it.