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West Ham fans love Mark Noble after Upton Park tattoo picture emerges

West Ham fans love Mark Noble after Upton Park tattoo picture emerges

West Ham fans took to Twitter in reaction to a picture showing Mark Noble with a tattoo on his arm displaying the date of the final game at Upton Park.

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The 34-year-old is an absolute legend in the East End.

He has played for the Hammers throughout his entire career aside from a brief loan spell with Hull City way back in 2006.

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Noble bleeds claret and blue.

West Ham United obviously means so much to the Canning Town born midfielder.

He is already incredibly popular amongst the Hammers fans but his hero status has now reached a whole new level.

West Ham fans love Mark Noble tattoo

The Hammers moved from Upton Park to the London Stadium in the summer of 2016.

Our last game at the famous old Boleyn Ground was against Manchester United on May 10th 2016. We won the game 3-2…it was written in the stars.

Mark Noble marked the occasion by getting the date of the game tattooed on his arm:

And some West Ham fans absolutely love the club captain’s commitment to our great football club…

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