Liam Noble agreed a move to Forest Green Rovers in June 2016 when he followed Mark Cooper to The New Lawn from League Two Notts County.
He signed a two-year deal on his arrival at the club and brings flair, creativity and energy to the middle of the FGR midfield.
A product of the youth system at Sunderland, he left the Stadium of Light having failed to make a first team appearance, but he did enjoy two lengthy loan spells at Carlisle United.
He moved to the Cumbrians permanently on his release having helped them win the Football League Trophy at Wembley in 2011.
In June 2014, he signed for Notts County on a two-year contract and was an ever present for the Meadow Lane side over the next two years.
It was at Notts County he had his first taste of working with Mark Cooper. When Cooper was appointed as the new manager at Forest Green he made a move to Gloucestershire to become a part of the Forest Green squad.
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