Liam Noble blasts former club Sunderland

The Stadium of Light
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Former Sunderland midfielder Liam Noble criticises the Black Cats for not giving him the opportunity to prove his worth in the first team.

Carlisle United midfielder Liam Noble has fiercely criticised his former club Sunderland as well as the North East side's supporters.

The 20-year-old came through the youth system at the Stadium of Light and into the reserves, but after failing to break into the first-team squad, the playmaker moved to Carlisle on a permanent transfer in January.

Noble took to Twitter and said: "Sunderland was great until I signed a pro contract. Only one club gave me a shot at pro football. Many thanks to everyone at Carlisle United. Great club great fans.

"Not bitter at all about leaving Sunderland! Sh*t club sh*t fans! Hope to see you's soon. Maybe give us a derby next year. Haha."

Reports have claimed that Carlisle are pondering whether to take disciplinary action against the midfielder for his comments.

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