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West Ham Player Of The Season Wants To Play For Ireland

West Ham Player Of The Season Wants To Play For Ireland
By Ben Kiely

Mark Noble is reportedly set to make himself available for the Republic of Ireland squad after being snubbed by Roy Hodgson.

The England manager did not include the West Ham midfielder in his latest experimental squad which features some surprise inclusions such as Jack Colback and Fabian Delph.

Noble represented England from u16 to u21 level but may now opt to play for Ireland should Martin O'Neill give him the call. The 27-year-old is eligible for the Irish set up through his Cork-born grandparents. A fast track passport would mean that Noble could be ready to make his debut against World Champions Germany.

He scored three goals and made three assists for the Hammers in the Premier League last season and his performances earned him the club's player of the year accolade. He could be a valuable asset to the Irish midfield should he get the nod from  O'Neill. If he's capable of scoring screamers like this, he'll be a more than welcome midfield partner for James McCarthy.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9PhfrStf0B0

[Daily Mail]

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