Highly rated in non-league football and attracted attention from a number of clubs, but delighted manager Ashby by signing another one year deal with Nuneaton Borough in pre-season as he enters his third season at Manor Park. A fans favourite who has won club honours every season during his time at the club.
Noon is currently suffering from a double prolapsed disc in his back and was ruled out for the rest of the 2006/07 season. Noon wanted to pay for the treatment himself in hope that it would be done quickly enough for him to play again in the above season, however delays at the specialist clinic in France meant that he was ruled out. Noon is now getting back to fitness, and returned for Nuneaton as a substitute in a cup victory against AFC Telford. Noon came off the bench for his first league game of the 2007/08 season at Hinckley United on January 1 2008. The game ended in a 0-0 draw.
NOON CONFIDENT HE WILL LEAD BORO UP; SKIPPER Mark Noon Has No Doubts Nuneaton Town Will Reach the Play-Offs and What's More He Firmly Believes They Can Go on and Achieve a Third Consecutive Promotion, Thus Reaching Their 'Holy Grail' of the Football Conference
Apr 20, 2011; Byline: Derek Brown Last weekend, the former Coventry City midfielder returned to the starting lineup for the 2-1 win over...