Monthly Archives: March 2016

Who is in the Best position for Promotion and Playoffs?

With April just around the corner, the end of season shootout for promotion and the play offs is hotting up rather nicely. Seven games to go in League 2 and the only certainty is that Northampton Town will be Champions … Continue reading

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What a Brilliant Easter…..

Leyton Orient’s Easter got worse as they lost their second game in four days to Hartlepool, leaving them two points off the play off places. Billy Paynter put Pool ahead four minutes into the second half, tapping in at the … Continue reading

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“We Have to Hold Our Nerve”

Leyton Orient defender Peter Ramage insists his side will have to hold their nerve till the end of the season, “it is the business end of the season, we have to  try and pick up as many points as possible as … Continue reading

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Grim Friday rather than Good Friday

Scott Brown second half winner for Accrington saw Leyton Orient drop out of the play off places. Brown struck home from just inside the box six minutes into the second half to keep Stanley in with a shout of automatic … Continue reading

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“It’s the Killer Instinct We Need to Find”

Kevin Nolan is hoping his side can find their ruthless streak ahead of their crunch trip to Accrington  Stanley tomorrow. Both sides sit inside the play off places with automatic promotion still in grasp but Nolan knows that “we need … Continue reading

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McAnuff Keeps Orient in the Hunt

Jobi McAnuff pushed Leyton Orient right back in the play off hunt after victory at Oxford United yesterday. The former Reading midfielder slotted Orient ahead with 16 minutes remaining as they continued their unbeaten away form under Kevin Nolan. Mathieu … Continue reading

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“A Test to Prove we Belong at the Top of the League”

Kevin Nolan is hoping his side can continue their unbeaten away record as they travel to Oxford tomorrow afternoon. The O’s are unbeaten in four away games since Kevin Nolan was appointed in January and the former West Ham boss … Continue reading

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