West Ham United handed a new role to former captain Mark Noble for 18 years. sports director And will start working from 2 January next year.
West Ham United have announced the appointment of former midfielder Mark Noble. took the position of the sports director of the club After just having decided to hang up his studs at the end of last season. And will officially start working from January 2 next year onwards.
The new director, 35 years old, stepped from the Khun Haem Academy to the first team from 2004 to the present. By playing for the club for 18 years, playing all 550 games, including all items, scoring 62 goals and also serving as team captain since 2015, before leaving the field and taking over the management
Noble said he spent the last two years of his career learning and understanding more about the behind-the-scenes work at West Ham . One of the things I strive for more than anything is continuous improvement on and off the pitch. That’s even more important to me. Being appointed captain in 2015 and the past seven years has provided me with a great experience and preparation for the next step in my life and career.”
The Hammer has set Noble ‘s role to work with manager David Moyes, coordinating and working with the club’s board. Overseeing the development of the youth academy centre, strengthening the army and maintaining the well-being of all players and staff at the UFABET club, as well as instilling the club’s philosophy and culture in the players.
West Ham United have started the season poorly with 7 games, 1 win, 1 draw, 5 losses, 4 points, 18th in the table, their last game losing 1-0 to Everton next game. Prepare to open London Stadium for a visit Wolverhampton Wanderers Saturday