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Noble on Hunter [audio]


Filed: Tuesday, 21st February 2017
By: Staff Writer


The second part of Mark Noble's interview with journalist Graham Hunter in now available to download and stream.

The Hammers captain sat down with Hunter recently to talk about all things West Ham.

And in the second and final part of the interview he discusses captaincy, the final game at the Boleyn Ground, the loss of Dimitri Payet and the new housing project which he has undertaken with former team mates Rio Ferdinand and Bobby Zamora.




To listen to Mark Noble: from the back garden to the Boleyn Ground - click here.





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