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Ryan Noble

Number 31

D.O.B.

11.06.91

Birthplace

Sunderland

Height

6'0

Position

Striker

Signed

January 201 from Academy

Fee

From Academy

Former Clubs

Watford, Derby County, Hartlepool United Hartlepool United & Hartlepool United (All on loan)

International

England U19

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Exciting young striking prospect who has impressed hugely for the club's reserve and academy sides.

Noble moved out on-loan to get first team experience with Championship side Watford in 2010 but elected to return to Wearside having failed to make an appearance.

During the 2011/12 campaign Noble moved out on-loan twice, first to Derby County, where he failed to score, before dropping down a division into League One.

The livewire forward impressed Hartlepool United boss Neale Cooper with two goals in nine games and Noble returned in October 2012 on a month loan deal, scoring once in eight games.

On November 7 2012, Noble extended his loan stay by a further month.

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