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    Noble

    training with Notts according to Pride of Nottingham on F.B

  2. #2
    18 MONTH CONTRACT beginning Jan 1

    https://www.nottscountyfc.co.uk/noblerejoins

  3. #3
    Good news, in my opinion.

  4. #4
    About as predictable as Christmas coming on 25th December.

    If the club was allegedly making six figure bids 3 months ago for a player then why would we turn down the chance to bring a wanted player back to the club for nothing in January?

    Liam Noble gives us an option, and it creates competition for places. With respected players/coaches like Alan Smith and Kevin Nolan at the club whom are midfielders themselves they will be able to get the best out of him.

  5. #5
    I suppose the good news is that we saved ourselves 100,000.

  6. #6
    I understand why some won't be happy, but we've got ourselves a talented, goal-scoring midfielder on a free transfer. Feels a lot better than splashing 10k!

  7. #7
    I doubt it was anywhere near 100.000

  8. #8
    Quote Originally Posted by DomdomPie View Post
    I understand why some won't be happy, but we've got ourselves a talented, goal-scoring midfielder on a free transfer. Feels a lot better than splashing 10k!
    Or even 100k...

  9. #9
    So if the Vegan guy had been a bit smarter in the original negotiations, the FGR fans would be eating proper food by now.....nice one AH.

    When is the next game against them?.....I hope it's after January and Noble is fit?

    Edit Saturday March 10th
    Last edited by tarquinbeech; 12-10-2017 at 01:41 PM.

  10. #10
    Notts County have signed midfielder Liam Noble for a second time, although he will be unable to play for the League Two side until January.

    The Magpies had a 100,000 bid turned down by Forest Green in the summer, before he parted company with Rovers by mutual consent on Monday.

    The 26-year-old spent two years with Notts from 2014, scoring 16 goals in 78 appearances, before joining Forest Green in 2016.

    He has agreed an 18-month deal.

    The contract will begin on 1 January and the Magpies say Noble will be eligible to play for them from the home fixture against Crawley on 6 January onwards.

    In the meantime, Noble will train full-time with the club and feature in reserve matches.

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    Shows a distinct lack of moral fibre and standards after so much preaching on so many issues by our Chairman.

    Obviously hope he works out but the bad taste in my mouth from the sheningans prior to his leaving us haven't got any better over this news.

  12. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by Old_pie View Post
    Shows a distinct lack of moral fibre and standards after so much preaching on so many issues by our Chairman.

    Obviously hope he works out but the bad taste in my mouth from the sheningans prior to his leaving us haven't got any better over this news.
    Sensitive soul, are you?

  13. #13
    Happy with this signing.

    First chance to see him in action will be 14th November against Mansfield in Central League cup played at Ilkeston ko 1pm, 3 adults 1 concessions.

    Then again @ Ilkeston 5th December 2pm ko.

    Picture of Noble in Notts traning kit at Basford.

    https://www.nottscountyfc.co.uk/news...ble-to-rejoin/
    Last edited by Oldstripy; 12-10-2017 at 01:59 PM.

  14. #14
    I'm fairly sure Alan Hardy only ever stated that he was annoyed with Forest Green in the way they handled things, nothing to do with Liam Noble who said himself he hoped to be a Notts player again.

    They should have advertised how well he did at Forest Green last season and the fact that he showed much better discipline in the article imo otherwise we'll still have the "but 'e gets too maneh red caaards" brigade just whinging at what is a great signing on paper.

  15. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by Old_pie View Post
    Shows a distinct lack of moral fibre and standards after so much preaching on so many issues by our Chairman.

    Obviously hope he works out but the bad taste in my mouth from the sheningans prior to his leaving us haven't got any better over this news.
    I don't wish to revive the whole "Lee Hughes" debate ie is it ethical....but if it works out for us and he fills in for the possible departure of Yates or Grant.....then it's ok in my book......plus, FGR did it to us first by "stealing" him in the first place
    Last edited by tarquinbeech; 12-10-2017 at 01:59 PM.

  16. #16
    Football is all about opinions - agreed?

    IMO this is good news, an astute piece of business. As Elitepie grudgingly says, at least we didn't fork out 100K for him!!

    It gives us an injection of fresh talent for the second half of the season and offsets the very real possibilty that Grant and Yates will be recalled by NFFC.

    If any manager can get the best out of Noble it will be Nolan.

    WELCOME HOME LIAM !!!

  17. #17
    Obviously hope he works out but the bad taste in my mouth from the sheningans prior to his leaving us haven't got any better over this news.[/QUOTE]

    Agree with this (above), but I don't think it shows a lack of moral fibre and standards, I think it might be AH jumping the gun again and then thinking maybe I should talk to KN first..

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    "Great News - Welcome back Liam - You now have the chance to really prove yourself and I'm sure you will"

    Delighted - must get out the old banjo out now & play a tune

  19. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by meoldlaner View Post
    Obviously hope he works out but the bad taste in my mouth from the sheningans prior to his leaving us haven't got any better over this news.
    Agree with this (above), but I don't think it shows a lack of moral fibre and standards, I think it might be AH jumping the gun again and then thinking maybe I should talk to KN first..[/QUOTE]

    Absolutely. I'm sure AH made the comment on Twitter regarding Noble "...that ship has sailed" ?

    Jury is out on this for me, I agree we need some steel in midfield but I'm not convinced he provided us with much of that last time he was here other than being a bit of a hot head.

    Personally I wouldn't have had him back, that said he can score a goal and I'm hoping that KN and his team will get the best out of him . . . or else it ends in tears I tell ye!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BanjoPie View Post
    "Great News - Welcome back Liam - You now have the chance to really prove yourself and I'm sure you will"

    Delighted - must get out the old banjo out now & play a tune
    Let's hope your strings don't break.

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