‘Legs Have Gone’ ‘Three Years Past His Sell By Date’ Fans On Social Media Are Worried By West Ham Talisman’s Form

‘Legs Have Gone’ ‘Three Years Past His Sell By Date’ Fans On Social Media Are Worried By West Ham Talisman’s Form

West Ham captain Mark Noble was substituted at half time in the Hammer’s 3-2 defeat to Newcastle on Saturday as manager Manuel Pellegrini looked to address a poor first-half performance.

Any one of the eleven could have been taken off following the abject first 45 minutes but the midfielder made way after making very little impact on the game.

Some fans on Twitter have been suggesting that Noble’s form recently has been concerning, and are worried whether time is catching up to the 32-year-old:



It must be said, there were worse performers than the captain at the weekend, but he is meant to lead by example, and his anonymous display was symptomatic of a wretched performance from the Irons.

Noble will likely return to the starting line up when West Ham face Burnley next Saturday, and they will need his leadership in what will likely be a very challenging game at Turf Moor.