West Ham United captain Mark Noble, has hit back at the critics asking him to be excluded from Slaven Bilic's side in recent weeks in what he has described as his hardest period at the club.
Don't understand the game
Noble has been one of the most loyal players in the club's history, having played for the Hammers since the age of 11 and is closing in on 400 appearances for the club.
However in the last few weeks the fans negativity has been turned on the 29-year-old who are calling for the midfielder to be dropped, Bilic has defended his captain's place in his side and Noble has since answered his critics by stating the understanding of the game has changed.
"If I am really honest," Noble told Sky Sports News HQ. "A lot of people who now go to football don't really understand the game."
"Football is a game of moments now," he...