Mark Noble – Farewell

Mark Noble Match Worn & Signed West Ham United Shirt 2021 – 2022 – Final Season & Last Ever Club Goal For West Ham United

Incredibly rare Mark Noble match worn and signed West Ham United shirt

Shirt worn by Mark during his last ever season with West Ham United and last season as a professional footballer

This shirt was worn by Mark during the Premier League fixture v Watford at Vicarage road on the 28th December 2021

The match finished 1-4 to West Ham United with Mark scoring the 3rd of the 4 goals from the penalty spot in the 58th minute this being his last ever goal for West Ham United

Shirt has all the correct labels and tags inside which is different to that to the retail version and issued directly to the club and player for match use

Shirt has been additionally signed on the back by Mark as well along with COYI

Shirt comes with a letter of authenticity which has been hand signed and dated by Mark to confirm this is the shirt he wore during this fixture – 28/12/21

Amazing and rare worn item from the former West Ham United club legend and one of the clubs greatest and most loyal players in its history having spent his entire career with the East London club

Mark Noble Match Worn Signed West Ham United Shirt 2015 – 2016 Season

RARE MARK NOBLE MATCH WORN & HAND SIGNED WEST HAM UNITED SHIRT

WORN IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE FIXTURE V SOUTHAMPTON ON FEBRUARY THE 6TH 2016 AT ST MARYS STADIUM IN SOUTHAMPTON

SHIRT HAS ALSO BEEN HAND SIGNED BY MARK ON THE BACK ON THE NUMBER 16

SHIRT REMAINS IN WORN / USED CONDITON WITH SIGNS OF WEAR AND USE STILL VISABLE

COMES WITH A CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY AND MATCH DAY PROGRAMME

Mark Noble Match Worn West Ham United Shirt & Captains Armband 2020 – 2021 Season

Mark Noble match worn West Ham United shirt

Shirt worn by Mark during the Premier League fixture v Chelsea at the London Stadium on the 24th April 2021

Shirt also comes with Mark’s captains armband also worn by Mark during this match

Shirt has all the correct labels and tags inside which is different to that of the retail version shirt and issued directly to the club and player for match use

Shirt exact size for Mark and remains in good condition with small signs of wear and use still visible

Rare worn set from the West Ham United legend and one of the best players to ever wear the claret and blue shirt

Mark Noble Signed West Ham United Programme Final Match Upton Park – 2016

Rare West Ham United signed programme from the final ever match at Upton Park

Signed on the front by the former West Ham United Captain and last ever Captain to lead out a West Ham United team at Upton Park – Mark Noble

Hand Signed on the front in black maker pen by Mark with added text ” last captain COYI ”

Rare and beautiful hand signed historic item from the West Ham United club legend and one of the clubs greatest ever players

It was an emotionally-charged evening, a farewell which then-Hammers manager Slaven Bilic described ‘like a movie’.

Scenes outside the ground initially marred the event as the victors’ bus arrived late and was greeted by bottles and objects.

But inside it, the famous arena’s last hurrah saw ‘Abide With Me’ played before kick-off with legends’ names appearing on screen, Bobby Moore’s fittingly getting the best reception, with a closing ceremony full of club legends following an eventful match.

It was a clash which saw Man United’s Champions League hopes dashed as the Hammers boosted their chances of Europa League football in their first campaign at the London Stadium.

How fitting it was that a homegrown hero in Mark Noble was man of the match as things came together and Bilic’s men showed plenty of promise for the following season.

Kick-off was delayed due to events outside and the sheer numbers of people on the streets. Once it eventually got underway, Diafra Sakho put the hosts ahead on 10 minutes, a great start to an evening of celebration.

The next part was not in the script as a quick-fire double from Anthony Martial midway through the second half threatened to rain on the east Londoners’ parade.

But what happened in the next eight minutes was incredible, as Michail Antonio drew them level four minutes later and then Winston Reid put the hosts ahead with the last ever goal at the ground. You can imagine the scenes.

A much deserved victory and a fine way to end 112 years at the Boleyn Ground.

They have since had an eventful few years both on and off the field, not helped by their move to the venue which was originally built to host the 2012 London Olympics.

Oh, how West Ham fans would love another match at Upton Park…

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