David Noble commits future to St Albans City
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While rumours persist about players departing St Albans City, the club have moved swiftly to ensure one of their influential players will remain at Clarence Park for a good while longer.
David Noble, who joined the Saints at the beginning of September, has signed an 18-month deal.
The 34-year-old, who counts Bristol City and Exeter City as two of his former sides, has been very impressive in the 15 appearances he has made this year.
And after a number of enquiries for the midfielder, St Albans have moved quickly to deter potential suitors for his signature.
Speaking on the club website, manager Ian Allinson said: “Since we have signed David, he has given the whole dressing room a real lift. There is no doubt he is one of the best players in the league and it was really important we kept him at the football club.
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“It’s natural that your best players will attract interest from clubs at the higher level however David was keen to stay here and commit to the club.”
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