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RUFC - David Noble

RUFC - David Noble

With midfielder David Nobel become the Millers tenth new signing of the pre-season, what do we know about him?

Well, the thirty year old won the FA Youth Cup with Arsenal but his first senior games were when he was on loan with Watford during the 2001/2 season. He joined West Ham in January 2003 but made just a handful of appearances with the Hammers moving to Boston United a year later. He made over fifty appearances with the Pilgrims and also had a loan spell with Bristol City before signing for them in January 2006. While with the Robins David helped them back into the Championship which included scoring two goals for them against the Millers in May 2007. In August 2010 the 6 foot midfielder moved to St James Park and made over eighty appearances for the Grecians which includes forty-six last season as captain where he helped out with three goals.

David also has one cap for the Scotland B team.

David will know both Steve Evans and Paul Raynor well, having worked with them at Boston and it appears it was a chat with the Millers Boss that made the midfielder change his mind about signing for a League One side and putting pen to paper for the Millers.



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Friday July 13 2012
Time: 8:58AM

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He will be a great asset to the squad. His vision and passing play will easily lead wingers and strikers to the dangerous areas. But the new squad worries me cause its not a video game. We haven't had played with more than 7 or 8 players for 3 years. Lots of footballer comes in and the others are send out. Adaptation and the hunger for success are the most key factors on our league. Thats how Swindon won the trophy this year. I still remember the match against Swindon last year, they didnt play any good football we weren't either. They kicked they punched they struggled and they were united as one. We need that spirit. We made good additions to the squad and now its time to unite as one and be on the 1st place.
Kavaklipinar
13/07/2012 14:16:00
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Well, Kav, I didn't like the way Swindon played but it did work for them didn't it. We were probably a bit lightweight in the pushing and shoving department last season - well last few seasons
herringthorpe
13/07/2012 22:24:00
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