Boozing West Ham fan bumps into Mark Noble in Prague, their conversation is epic
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A West Ham United fan hilariously bumped into Mark Noble in Prague ahead of the Europa Conference League final.
West Ham face Fiorentina in tonight's Europa Conference League final in the penultimate European fixture of the season.
It's their first major European final since 1976, with the club aiming to win their first piece of silverware since claiming the FA Cup 43 years ago.
Naturally, thousands of fans have descended on Prague to watch their side in action.
One fan brilliantly hijacked an empty tannoy at Stansted airport ahead of landing in Czech Republic.
And another supporter ran into West Ham legend Noble. Quite literally. The former player, who's now the sporting director at the club, went for a run around the city and interacted with a Hammers fan.
Twitter user @Mattwhu uploaded a video of himself with a can of Pilsner in his hand, running alongside Noble in a clip that has gone viral on social media.
Needless to say, West Ham fans online loved the content.
One Twitter user wrote: "I’m praying you didn’t throw that can away, that thing needs to be framed," to which Matt replied: "I might retrieve it out the bin now."
A second tweeted: "You did well to keep up with him for that long."
A third added: "Mark Noble what a man."
A fourth said: "Amazing. Absolutely amazing. This is what my club is about!"
Another commented: "Most West Ham thing I’ve seen."
It's not just a huge deal for the club and fans as David Moyes has described the showdown with the Italian outfit as the 'biggest moment' of his managerial career.
"It is slightly surreal," the 60-year-old said. "To turn up and have your own dressing room is a big thrill for me. I really hope I can take it to the next level and win the game.
"I've had a really good career since I started coaching at 35. Over a thousand matches, been in some finals, had some promotions. But this is the biggest moment. To be a coach for as long as I've been, you're obviously doing something right."
The Scot added: "It's great to be sitting here in a European final, for any manager it's a thrill, one of the pinnacles you can get in football as a coach.
"Hopefully it's the start. I've always said the best years are still to come and I'm certainly enjoying the moment and being here."