Monthly Archives: December 2018

“We’re in the Toughest Part of the Season Now”

Leyton Orient head coach Justin Edinburgh highlights that it’s a key time for his side as they look to maintain their position at the top of the National League. Orient’s lead was cut to the three points at the top … Continue reading

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“I Don’t Think Anybody Wants to Come to the Crabble at the Moment”

Dover Athletic manager Andy Hessenthaler is relishing the visit of league leaders Leyton Orient on Saturday. The Whites moved out of the bottom four on Boxing Day after a win over neighbours Maidstone United and Hessenthaler is hoping it can … Continue reading

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“We Are Going to Cause Any Team Problems”

Dagenham & Redbridge striker Angelo Balanta insist his side are a match for any side in the division ahead of their visit of League Leaders Leyton Orient on Boxing Day. The Daggers ended Salford’s unbeaten home record on Saturday and … Continue reading

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“There is Such a Long Way to Go”

Leyton Orient assistant coach Ross Embleton insists his side must stay focused as they head to neighbours Dagenham & Redbridge on Boxing Day. The O’s movedĀ four points clear at the top of the National League on Saturday but Embleton knows … Continue reading

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“I Don’t Think We Have Any Fear”

Chesterfield manager Martin Allen insist his side are relishing their trip to league leaders Leyton Orient on Saturday. The Spireites beat second placed Salford a fortnight ago and Allen is hoping his side can replicate that form on Saturday. Speaking … Continue reading

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“We Are Fully Aware and Respectful”

Leyton Orient head coach Justin Edinburgh insist his side will not take Beaconsfield Town lightly on Saturday. Orient host the Rams in the FA Trophy first round and despite their opponents being two divisions lower, Edinburgh is not undervaluing them. … Continue reading

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“Football’s a Funny Old Game, Anything Can Happen”

Beaconsfield Town manager Gary Meakin is hoping for the unexpected when his side travel to National League leaders Leyton Orient on Saturday. The sides meet in the first round of the FA Trophy but despiteĀ 52 league places and two leagues … Continue reading

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