One fellow fan Tweeted in with a request for a shoutout for her 59-year-old Dad who’s had to go into isolation and is feeling down – and the skipper reacted with a touching gesture.
Nobes urged Ian to stay strong and promised him that when all of this passes and the football starts again, he’ll send him a signed shirt – let’s hope he gets his shirt soon!
I don’t care what anyone says about Noble on the pitch of late, that’s a classy act from a classy man and it’s that kind of spirit and attitude around the club that will be missed the most when the 32-year-old does eventually decide to end an era and hang up his boots.
Here’s how other supporters reacted to the heart-warming moment…
Great gesture skipp 👏⚒
— mark speller (@supersonic_mark) March 25, 2020
That’s so amazing thank you 👏 hes really happy COYI
— Becky🏳️🌈🍔 (@ElsasWhittaker) March 25, 2020
My captain⚒ pic.twitter.com/TxtRpHxywd
— Hefs (@Hefs2002) March 25, 2020
— Ben Ellis (@BenElli19805867) March 25, 2020
Fair play to you nobes, I met you once like 5 years ago and we took a picture with me my 2 brothers my dad, you and @jamestomkins65 you both retweeted it from my dad. Such a down to earth bloke
— Olly⚒ COYI ⚒ (@ollyh2003) March 25, 2020
Awesome Nobes from the south coast Hammers stay safe all COYI! when we are back playing
— Andrew Bannister (@djquantumuk) March 26, 2020