Monthly Archives: September 2018

“A Game I Relish and Look Forward”

Barnet manager John Still can’t wait for his side to visit the Breyer Group Stadium tomorrow. Still’s Barnet are one of the form sides in the division after five wins in a row and will be hoping to make it … Continue reading

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“It’s a Really Good Place At the Moment”

Leyton Orient head coach Justin Edinburgh is hoping his side can keep the feel good factor when they host Barnet tomorrow. Orient sit third in the National League and are one of two unbeaten sides left in the division. Speaking to leytonorient.com … Continue reading

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Alabi’s Strikes Late as O’s stay Unbeaten

Substitute James Alabi struck in stoppage time as Orient made it ten unbeaten at Halifax. The O’s were dominant throughout but wasted key chances to go ahead. Halifax rarely threatened but took the lead when Dayle Southwell slotted home from … Continue reading

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“We’ll Be Approaching It In The Same Way”

FC Halifax manager Jamie Fullarton wants his side to continue their 100% record at the MBi Shay Stadium tomorrow when Leyton Orient visit. Fullarton’s Halifax host unbeaten Orient but with his side sitting fourth, the recently named Manager of the month is … Continue reading

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“What We’ve Got to Do is Keep Hold of It”

Leyton Orient head coach Justin Edinburgh wants his side to make it ten unbeaten when they face FC Halifax tomorrow. The O’s made it nine without defeat on Tuesday night, their best run since 2013 and Edinburgh is keen for his side to … Continue reading

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Edinburgh’s Men up to Second

Leyton Orient made in nine unbeaten with a 3-0 home win over Solihull Moors last night. Charlie Lee headed the O’s ahead on the stroke of half time, after Adil Yussuf hit the post early on for Moors. Solihull searched for … Continue reading

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“It’s a Tough Place to Go”

Solihull Moors manager Tim Flowers highlights his side have to a be a lot better when they visit Leyton Orient tomorrow. The Moors grabbed their fifth win of the season at Barrow on Saturday but Flowers felt Barrow deserved something from … Continue reading

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