Mark Noble told the newspaper he was sad that Jesse Lingard was unable to experience the feeling that came from West Ham United fans.
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The West Ham midfielder has said that Lingard, who was on loan from Manchester United during the January transfer window, would love to experience the atmosphere at the London Stadium being filled with fans.
The 28-year-old, who can function as an attacking midfielder or a winger, has played wonderfully during his time on loan at West Ham.
The England national international has scored nine goals and provided three assists to his teammates in 12 Premier League games for The Hammers.
Mark Noble told the Daily Mail: “I was very sad that Jesse didn’t see the West Ham fans cheering. You know what it feels like when they (West Ham fans) love someone. Very crazy. They idolized him, as if he were God “.
The disease situation made Lingard unable to receive direct affection from West Ham fans, which stars like Paolo Di Canio or Dimitri Payet have experienced at the London football team.
Lingard had a hard time finding a spot in the first half of the season at Manchester United, but the player is flourishing at West Ham. Recently, however, West Ham lost to Everton in the weak Lingard match.
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