|Name:||Frank Nouble (on loan from Ipswich)|
|Date of Birth:||24/09/1991|
|Height:||6' 3" (190cm)|
|Weight:||12st 13lbs (82.0kg)|
|Clubs:||West Ham Utd, Wolves, Charlton (loan), Barnsley (loan), Swindon Town (loan), Swansea City (loan), Gillingham (loan), WBA (loan), Coventry City (loan)|
Born: 24 September 1991, Lewisham, England
Former clubs: Chelsea, West Bromwich Albion (loan), Swindon Town (loan)
A powerful and speedy forward, Frank Nouble joined West Ham United at the age of 17 in the summer of 2009.
The talented England Under-19 international scored on his Hammers debut in a pre-season win at non-league Thurrock on 24 July.
A fine full Barclays Premier League debut followed at Aston Villa in January 2010 before the striker headed off on productive loan spells at West Bromwich Albion and Swindon Town.
Scored in 2-1 pre-season defeat by BSC Young Boys in Switzerland on 16 July 2011...Appeared in the Carling Cup first-round defeat by Aldershot Town on 24 August 2011 - his 20th birthday...Loaned to League Two club Gillingham on 16 September 2011...Scored on his Gillingham debut in a 6-1 League Two win at Hereford United on 17 September 2011...Totalled 13 npower League Two appearances and five goals for Gillingham...Scored his maiden league goal for West Ham United in the 2-1 npower Championship defeat at Derby County on 31 December 2011...Joined Barnsley on loan on 9 March 2012, totalling six npower Championship appearances for the club...Totalled five appearances for West Ham United in all competitions...Totalled 25 appearances and six goals in all competitions for West Ham United, Gillingham and Barnsley.
Appeared as an 86th-minute substitute in the 3-1 home Barclays Premier League defeat by Bolton Wanderers on 21 August 2010...Appeared as a late substitute in the Barclays Premier League fixtures at Fulham on Boxing Day 2010 and at home to Arsenal on 15 January 2011...Started the home FA Cup third-round win over Barnsley and appeared as substitute in the home fourth-round victory over Nottingham Forest...Appeared as a second-half substitute in the 4-0 Carling Cup quarter-final win over Manchester United on 30 November 2010...Joined Swansea City on three-month loan on 17 September 2010, scoring once in six Championship appearances...Joined Barnsley on loan on 30 January 2011, making four Championship appearances...Joined League One side Charlton Athletic on loan on 11 March 2011, scoring his first Addicks goal at Dagenham & Redbridge on 19 March 2011.
Signed a five-year contract with West Ham United on 21 July 2009…Scored a last-minute winner on his debut in a 3-2 pre-season win against Thurrock on 24 July 2009…Scored twice in 3-0 pre-season win at Kingstonian on 31 July 2009…Made his Premier League debut as a substitute in the 2-0 opening-day victory at Wolverhampton Wanderers on 15 August 2009...Made his full Premier League debut in goalless draw at Aston Villa on 17 January 2010…Totalled eight Premier League appearances, three of them starts…Made one substitute appearance in both the League Cup and FA Cup…Joined West Bromwich Albion on one-month loan on 9 February 2010, making his Championship debut in a 2-0 home victory over Scunthorpe United on the same day…Totalled three Championship appearances for West Bromwich Albion…Joined League One promotion challengers Swindon Town on 19 March 2010…Made his Swindon Town debut in 1-1 home League One draw with Norwich City on 20 March 2010…Totalled eight League One appearances, three of them starts, for Swindon Town…Made eight Barclays Premier Reserve League starts for the club, scoring three goals.
Capped by England at U17 and U19 level…Made his U19 debut in 3-1 UEFA European U19 Championship qualifying win over Finland in Slovenia on 8 October 2009…Ended the 2009/10 season with three U19 caps.
Before West Ham United
Joined Chelsea as an Under-12, spending seven seasons with The Blues...Made 26FA Premier Academy League and FA Youth Cup appearances in 2007/08, scoring six goals…Made his Barclays Premier Reserve League South debut in November 2007…Scored in Chelsea's 3-2 FA Youth Cup third-round victory over Manchester United at Old Trafford on 28 November 2008…Totalled 14 goals in youth and reserve-team football for Chelsea in 2008/09.
Any other business
Pretended to be Thierry Henry in the playground as a schoolboy...Is the son of Ivorian parents and could one day turn out for the Ivory Coast at senior international level…Named Brazil striker Ronaldo as his all-time football hero…Named Old Trafford as his favourite other stadium to play at…Is a huge fan of former South African President Nelson Mandela.
|FA Cup||1 (0)||0||0||0|
|League Cup||1 (0)||0||0||0|
|Ipswich Town||2013 - 14||League||16 (22)||2|
|FA Cup||2 (0)||1|
|League Cup||1 (0)||0|
|Ipswich Town||2012 - 13||League||6 (11)||2|
|Wolves||2012 - 13||League||0 (2)||0|
|League Cup||1 (2)||1|
|Gillingham||2011 - 12||League||12 (1)||5|
|Barnsley||2011 - 12||League||5 (1)||0|
|West Ham Utd||2011 - 12||League||1 (2)||1|
|FA Cup||0 (1)||0|
|League Cup||0 (1)||0|
|Charlton||2010 - 11||League||4 (5)||1|
|Barnsley||2010 - 11||League||4 (0)||0|
|Swansea City||2010 - 11||League||2 (4)||1|
|West Ham Utd||2010 - 11||League||0 (2)||0|
|FA Cup||1 (1)||0|
|Swindon Town||2009 - 10||League||3 (5)||0|
|WBA||2009 - 10||League||3 (0)||0|
|West Ham Utd||2009 - 10||League||3 (5)||0|
|FA Cup||1 (0)||0|
|League Cup||0 (1)||0|