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RUFC - Noble wants success

RUFC - Noble wants success

Rotherham United`s latest signing, David Noble says that one of the main factors signing for the club was that he has worked with the management team before.

'I know what they are about,` the thirty-year old midfielder told MillersPlayer, 'and they know what I`m about.`

Being at Arsenal since a youngster until he was twenty-years old, David said his whole education in football was with the North London side and said that although he only spent a season with West Ham it was valuable experience.

Moving 'up North` will be something new to David who says the furthest he`s ever been is Boston but said it will be an adventure that he is looking forward to.

Asked what he would bring to the Millers, David said, 'I like to play and pass the ball and get on it as much as possible. I`ll be looking for a little run out on Saturday in the friendly.

'This club is going places which is something that appeals to me. I want success and this team look like they are going that way.'



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Friday July 13 2012
Time: 11:45AM

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