Mark Noble Bio, Wiki, Age, Family, Wife, Children, West Ham, Salary, Net Worth

By | May 21, 2021

Mark Noble Biography

Mark Noble (Mark James Noble) an English professional footballer playing as a central midfielder and is the captain of West Ham United. He is as well West Ham’s first-choice taker for penalty kicks and has won the club’s Hammer of the Year trophy twice.

Back in 2014, he got ranked in the top five penalty takers in the top European leagues and as well got to be in the top 10 in the world based on the percentage of penalties successfully converted since 2009.

Mark Noble Age

Noble was born on May 8, 1987, in Canning Town, London, England.

Mark Noble West Ham

West Ham United had an interest in Noble and signed him as a youth player. At 15, he was the youngest player to ever appear in the West Ham United reserve team. In July 2003 he got to be a trainee and in August 2004, at the age of 17, he made his senior team debut in the League Cup in a 2–0 win against Southend United.

In January 2005 he had his league debut in the Championship in a 4–2 defeat away at Wolverhampton Wanderers. On 30 May 2005, he played in the 2005 Football League Championship play-off Final taht made West Ham beat Preston North End 1–0 to secure a return to the Premier League.

He then entered the game as an 82nd-minute substitute for Shaun Newton. He earned the Young Hammer of the Year and the runner-up to the Hammer of the Year awards despite making his debut only four months previously.

Noble got named as a first-team substitute for the first time for the Championship visit to Crewe Alexandra on 21 August 2004. He then made his first-team with the 2-0 home League Cup second-round win over Southend United on 24 August 2004. He then totaled 13 Championship appearances, ten of them starts.

He as well featured as a substitute in all three Championship play-off matches, in the final victory over Preston North End at the Millennium Stadium on 30 May 2005. He as well made two League Cup and three FA Cup starts, ten FA Premier Reserve League South appearances, scoring once. He also scored a hat-trick in the FA Youth Cup victory at Gillingham on 7 December 2004. He then made a total of five youth-team featuring in all competitions, scoring five goals.

Noble made his first Premier League debut by starting the 3-1 opening-day home victory over Blackburn Rovers backon 13 August 2005. He thhen totaled five Premier League appearances, four of them starts. He then began the 4-2 League Cup second-round victory at Sheffield Wednesday on 20 September 2005. Mark Noble joined Hull City on loan for three months on 6 February 2006, making five Championship appearances and totaled five FA Premier Reserve League starts.

He joined the Championship club Ipswich Town on loan for three months back on 18 August 2006. He made 13 Championship appearances for Ipswich Town, scoring in the 2-1 home win over Coventry City on 12 September 2006. He returned to West Ham United on 16 November 2006 and made the first West Ham United start of the season by scoring the opening goal in the 3-0 home FA Cup third-round victory over Brighton; Hove Albion on 3 January 2007.

He had his first Premier League start of the season in the 4-3 home defeat by Tottenham Hotspur back on 4 March 2010. He later made ten Premier League starts, scoring two goals, netted in the 4-3 home defeat by Tottenham Hotspur and 3-1 home victory over Bolton Wanderers. He ass well featured in the starting XI for the final-day 1-0 victory at Manchester United on 13 May 2007.

Mark Noble signed a new four-year contract in the summer of 2007. He totaled 36 appearances in all competitions. He made 25 Premier League starts and scored three Premier League goals in total. Mark Noble netted a penalty in the 1-0 Premier League win at Birmingham City on 18 August 2007. He scored a last-minute penalty in the 1-0 home Premier League win over Liverpool on 30 January 2008. He made three Carling Cup and two FA Cup appearances.

Mark Noble made 29 Premier League appearances, 28 of them starts. He scored one Premier League goal on his 100th appearance for the club in the 1-1 draw at Blackburn Rovers on 21 March 2009. He signed a new contract until the summer of 2013 in April 2009.

He made one League Cup appearance in a third-round defeat at Watford. Mark Scored twice in four FA Cup appearances, netting penalties in the 3-0 home third-round win over Barnsley and 2-0 fourth-round victory at Hartlepool United.

Noble made 27 Premier League appearances, 25 of them starts. He scored two Premier League goals, netting in the opening-day win at Wolverhampton Wanderers and a penalty in the 2-1 home win over Aston Villa. Noble was sent off in the 1-0 Premier League defeat at Birmingham City on 12 December 2009.

He started the 3-1 League Cup third-round defeat at Bolton Wanderers. Mark ended the season having made 132 appearances and scored eleven goals for West Ham United in all competitions.

Noble made 26 Barclays Premier League appearances, 25 of them starts. He scored four Barclays Premier League goals, all of them from the penalty spot. He netted from the penalty spot in the 3-1 home defeat by Bolton Wanderers on 21 August 2010. Noble fired in the equalizer in the 1-1 draw at Wolverhampton Wanderers on 16 October 2010.

He scored a brace of penalties in the 4-2 home defeat by Manchester United on 2 April 2011. He made five Carling Cup appearances, scoring the opening goal in the 2-1 semi-final first-leg win over Birmingham City at the Boleyn Ground on 11 January 2011.

Noble made his 150th appearance for West Ham United in the goalless home Barclays Premier League draw with Blackpool on 13 November 2010. Mark Noble was shown seven yellow cards, all in the Barclays Premier League. Mark Noble made 39 appearances in all competitions, taking his total for West Ham United to 171 appearances.

Mark Noble scored his first goal of the season from the penalty spot in the 4-3 home Npower Championship win against Portsmouth on 10 September 2011. He netted from the penalty spot in the 1-0 Npower Championship win over Peterborough United at the Boleyn Ground on 24 September 2011.

He scored his third penalty of the season in the 3-1 home Npower Championship win over Derby County on 26 November 2011. He netted his fourth goal of the season and fourth penalty in the 1-0 Npower Championship win at Portsmouth on 14 January 2012. He netted two penalties in a game for the second time in his career as West Ham United beat Nottingham Forest 2-1 in the Npower Championship at the Boleyn Ground on 21 January 2012.

He scored a penalty in the 1-1 home Npower Championship draw with Southampton on 14 February 2012. He scored the third goal in the 4-0 Npower Championship win at Barnsley on 6 April 2012 – his first goal from open play after eight successful penalties. He totaled 45 Npower Championship appearances, 43 of them starts, and nine goals.

He won his first Hammer of the Year award and the Individual Performance of the Season award for his two-goal display against Nottingham Forest on 21 January 2012. Mark Noble started both legs of the Npower Championship Play-Off semi-final victory over Cardiff City.

Mark Noble signed a new long-term contract on 25 September 2012, making his 200th start for West Ham United in the 4-1 home Capital One Cup third-round defeat by Wigan Athletic the same day.

He scored his first two goals of the season in the 4-1 home Barclays Premier League victory over Southampton on 20 October 2012 – the first from a direct free-kick and the second from the penalty spot. Mark Noble converted penalties against Liverpool and Norwich City during the winter and continued to feature regularly in the Hammers’ midfield before a trapped nerve required an operation and left him on the sidelines for two months. He returned to the fold as a substitute in West Ham’s 2-2 draw with Manchester United on 17 April 2013.

Mark Noble scored a penalty in the 3-2 Barclays Premier League defeat at home to Everton on 21 September 2013. He notched his second goal of the season to seal a 2-0 victory at Cardiff City on 11 January.

He scored from the spot to get the Hammers on the way to a 2-1 win over Hull City on 26 March. He picked up awards double at the end of season Player Awards, being named Hammer of the Year for a second time and also winning the Players’ Player of the Year prize.

Mark Noble suffered a rare penalty miss in the opening day defeat to Tottenham Hotspur. He bounced back by scoring in the 3-1 defeat to Southampton on 30 August 2014. Mark Noble missed the games against Manchester United and QPR in late September/early October with a calf injury. He returned to captain the team in Kevin Nolan’s absence but suffered an Achilles injury in December. He returned to the team the following month.

Mark Noble scored from the spot as West Ham lost 4-3 to Bournemouth on 22 August. He scored the following week as the Hammers won 3-0 at Liverpool. Mark also saw red in that game for two yellow cards but had the sending off rescinded. He was confirmed as the Club’s new captain following Kevin Nolan’s departure towards the end of the summer transfer window. He led the side as new skipper to third in the Premier League by the end of October.

He was booked against Spurs, leading to a one-match suspension due to the accumulation of yellow cards. Noble was instrumental as the Hammers went unbeaten in eight games, picking up four clean sheets in the process. He was back on the scoresheet at Carrow Road in February as he smashed home a late leveler to draw 2-2 with Norwich.

His appearances in all competitions, including three UEFA Europa League qualifying ties and one each in the EFL and FA Cups. He later featured on his 300th Premier League start in the goalless draw with Manchester United at London Stadium on 10 May 2018. He totaled 33 first-ream appearances, including 29 in the Premier League, scoring four goals and registering one assist.

Mark Noble Net Worth

Noble has an estimated net worth of 25.8 million euros.

Mark Noble Education

Noble joined Royal Docks School as a youngster, where didi well for the football team. He as well spent time training with Arsenal as a child before joining West Ham United.

Mark Noble Height and Weight

Noble stands tall at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (1.75 m) and weighs 76 kilogram.

Mark Noble Family

Noble information about his family is publicly unavailable. We will update this section as soon this information is available.

Mark Noble Wife

Noble is married to his childhood sweetheart Carly as of 2012.

Mark Noble Children

Noble and his wife has two adorable children, a son, and a daughter. His son Lenny plays for West Ham United academy based in Chadwell Heath. er.

Mark Noble Salary

Noble got a 2 year / £5,200,000 contract with the West Ham United F.C., that includes an annual average salary of £2,600,000. .

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