Carlos Tevez will contribute to former team-mates Mark Noble’s farewell celebration on the London Stadium as West Ham pay tribute to their retiring skipper, 35, at residence in opposition to Man Metropolis on Sunday
- Carlos Tevez will lead a stellar forged in wishing Mark Noble a contented retirement
- West Ham captain Noble is ready to hold up his boots on the finish of this marketing campaign
- Former team-mate Tevez will contribute pre-recorded footage to the tributes
- The membership pays homage to Noble earlier than Sunday’s conflict with Manchester Metropolis
Carlos Tevez will lead a star-studded forged in wishing Mark Noble a contented retirement because the West Ham captain prepares to hold up his boots.
Tevez, signed by West Ham in 2006, has recorded a message.
Carlos Tevez (proper) will lead a stellar forged in wishing Mark Noble (proper) a contented retirement
West Ham captain and midfielder Noble is ready to hold up his boots on the finish of this season
If outcomes go their approach this week, Metropolis may very well be topped Premier League champions on the London Stadium.
These celebrations might compromise the post-match preparations for Noble.
Sunday’s sport will see an ‘MN16’ fan mosaic, three floating banners throughout the pitch and a reunion of the 35-year-old’s former West Ham team-mates on the pitch.
It’s seemingly that each groups will give Noble a guard of honour earlier than kick-off.
Nonetheless, that could be depending on Noble beginning the match.
The Canning City-born midfielder has made 548 appearances in all competitions for his hometown membership throughout a protracted profession.