Monthly Archives: November 2014

“We Must Defend Better”

Orient boss Mauro Milanese takes his side into their relegation scrap with Crewe Alexandra on Saturday wanting more defensive stability. Milanese hinted before the O’s defeat to Gillingham last week about defending and attacking as a team but after conceding … Continue reading

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European Football’s effect on Domestic FIxtures

So all the talk after Champions League and Europa League fixtures is how will the team cope playing Thursday and Sunday. Clubs will need a massive squad so that they can rotate, keeping the team fresh to pick the right … Continue reading

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Last Gasp Cody Moves Gills Out of Relegation Zone

Cody McDonald’s volley deep into stoppage time moved Gilingham clear of the relegation zone. Gianvito Plasmati opened scoring from the spot early in the second half after Danny Kedwell’s first half spot kick was saved. Leon Legge popped up with … Continue reading

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1st Goal Will be Crucial

Orient boss Mauro Milanese hopes his side take confidence into their League 1 clash with Gillingham in Kent tomorrow. The O’s picked up their first home win in 10 against Northampton on Tuesday in the JPT. Milanese expressed that “We … Continue reading

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Today is the Jay

Jay Simpson and Marvin Bartley struck to secure Orient first home win of the season in the quarter final of the JPT. After failing to win at home since April barring the play offs, Simpson struck his 6th of the … Continue reading

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JPT or Bust?

Chris Wilder takes his Northampton side to Leyton Orient in the quarter final of the Johnstone Paint Trophy tomorrow night off of the back of a 0-0 draw with Rochdale in the FA Cup on Saturday. Wilder hinted that his … Continue reading

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Swans down the Gunners

2 goals in three second half minutes saw Arsenal lose a lead for the second time in a week. After squandering a 3-0 advantage to Anderlecht in midweek, the boys from North London were at it again in South Wales. … Continue reading

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