Monthly Archives: October 2018

“We’ll Be Ready for Leyton Orient”

Eastleigh Caretaker manager Ben Strevens remains uncertain over the vacant managerial role but is fully focused ahead of the visit of Leyton Orient. Strevens took over the reigns after Andy Hessenthaler moved to Dover Athletic three weeks ago . Speaking … Continue reading

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“We Go There Full of Confidence”

Leyton Orient winger James Dayton insists his side head to Eastleigh brimming with confidence after returning to the summit of the National League on Saturday. Orient’s win over Havant put them top for the first time since September and with … Continue reading

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“A Bit of Pride Needs to Be Installed Back Into This Team”

Havant & Waterlooville manager Lee Bradbury is expecting a reaction from his side as they visit Leyton Orient on Saturday. The Hawks lost 1-0 to Metropolitan Police in FA Cup 4th Qualifying last weekend, a side two league below them … Continue reading

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“Havant are Coming and are Looking for a Response”

Leyton Orient head coach Justin Edinburgh is fully aware that Havant & Waterlooville will have a point to prove at the Breyer Group Stadium this weekend. The Hawks lost to Metropolitan Police in the FA Cup Fourth Qualifying Round last … Continue reading

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“We Will Not Be Taking Our Foot Off The Gas”

Leyton Orient midfielder Craig Clay insist there will be no let up from his side when they travel to Maidstone United in the 4th Qualifying Round of FA Cup today. Orient have only lost one of their 16 games so far … Continue reading

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“We’ve Got a Great Chance if We Get Ourselves Right”

Maidstone United manager Harry Wheeler has urged his side to stay focused when they host Leyton Orient in the 4th Qualifying Round FA Cup. The Stones were holding their own against AFC Fylde last weekend until they conceded from a … Continue reading

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“We Have the Responsibility to Excite People”

Leyton Orient assistant coach Ross Embleton insist the O’s must start quickly against Hartlepool today. At a sold out Breyer Group Stadium after the “football for a fiver” initiative, Orient will be hoping to stay in touch with League Leaders … Continue reading

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