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Mark Noble will become West Ham’s new sporting director


Mark Noble will become West Ham’s sporting director at the start of next year.

The former midfielder, 35, who spent his entire 18-year career with the Hammers, will take up a position that has been newly-created.

His remit will include supporting manager David Moyes, working with the club’s board of directors and matters such as academy development, player recruitment and staff wellbeing. 

Former midfielder Mark Noble is set to become West Ham's new sporting director in January

Former midfielder Mark Noble is set to become West Ham’s new sporting director in January

Noble said: ‘I’m really happy to be coming back and can’t wait to get started. I’d like to thank the Club for giving me the opportunity – it’s a great honour for me to take up this role at West Ham United.

‘I’ve spent the last 24 years as a player here, first in the Academy and then in the first team,…



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