Monthly Archives: August 2018

“We Have To Fight Our Way Through”

Chesterfield Manager Martin Allen is hoping his side can end their slide down the table when Leyton Orient visit tomorrow. Chesterfield were the early pace setters in the division but have lost their last four games dropping to 15th. Speaking … Continue reading

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“We Go There Confident but We Won’t Get Carried Away”

Leyton Orient head coach Justin Edinburgh hopes his side can extend their unbeaten run when the head to Chesterfield tomorrow. The O’s are one of three unbeaten sides in the National League but Edinburgh highlights they won’t get complacent. Speaking to East London … Continue reading

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Marv’s At It Again

Marvin Ekpiteta’s equaliser two minutes from time continued Leyton Orient’s unbeaten start to the season. Luke Armstrong looked to have secured three points for Gateshead after he slotted home his fifth of the season in the second half. O’s substitute … Continue reading

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“If We Create to Our Maximum, We’re a Match for Any Team in the League”

Gateshead manager Steve Watson highlights his side have more than enough quality to trouble Leyton Orient tomorrow. The Heed already upset League favourites Salford, in their opening home game of the season and will be hoping to send Orient back … Continue reading

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“We Have A Squad Which is Capable of Dealing With It”

Leyton Orient head coach Justin Edinburgh insists his squad will be able to cope with two fixtures in three days. Orient travel to Gateshead on Saturday before hosting Dover Athletic on Monday but the former Newport man feels his squad … Continue reading

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Macca’s Spot On

A second half MacAuley Bonne penalty was the difference as Leyton Orient picked up back to back wins. Orient’s main man struck home from the spot with 21 minutes to go after Josh Koroma was fouled in the penalty area. … Continue reading

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“We’re Edging Closer All The Time”

Leyton Orient head coach Justin Edinburgh hopes his can build on their first win of the season when they host Boreham Wood tomorrow. The O’s are one of six unbeaten sides in the National League with Edinburgh keen to extend that … Continue reading

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