Piers Morgan took to Twitter last night and posted a tweet directed to West Ham United captain Mark Noble.
The 35-year-old West Ham club captain will hang up his boots in just a couple of week’s time after a magnificent 18-year senior career with the Hammers.
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Noble has been an incredible servant for the Hammers and losing him for the first-team squad doesn’t bear thinking about.
The West Ham owners will undoubtedly keep the Canning Town-born midfielder around the London Stadium in some kind of capacity though and if they don’t, they will be making a big mistake.
One of the things that has made Noble such a success with West Ham is his humility and grounded nature.
The 35-year-old is well-known for cleaning up the away dressing room after every trip on the road:
And it appears as though the Hammers ace has been influencing others to do the same…
Piers Morgan posts tweet to Mark Noble
Morgan, who has a new show – Piers Morgan Uncensored, is a well-known football fan. Unfortunately he follows Arsenal but that’s by the by.
It seems as though he has been keeping a close eye on the way in which Noble tidies up after away games.
That’s fairly good by Morgan’s standards!
And it proves that the West Ham ace still has a huge influence in the world despite not being the most highly decorated of players.
Well done Mark and in fairness, well done to Piers as well!