Monthly Archives: February 2019

“Make No Bones About It, It Will be a Tough Game For Us”

Leyton Orient head coach Justin Edinburgh is fully aware of the threat reigning Champions Brackley will be when they visit the Saints in the FA Trophy Quarter Final on Saturday. The O’s travel to St James Park looking to knock … Continue reading

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“We’re Under No Illusion as to What it Takes”

Brackley manager Kevin Wilkin is hoping to use home advantage as his side host Leyton Orient in the quarter finals of the FA Trophy on Saturday. Brackley are looking to retain the Trophy they won back in May and take … Continue reading

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“It Will Be a Massive Three Points

Leyton Orient defender Daniel Happe feels today’s clash with Maidenhead could be very important. The O’s were knocked off top spot by Solihull Moors on Tuesday for the first time since November and can reassert themselves with a victory over … Continue reading

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“Everyone Will Be Expecting Us to Lose Apart From Us”

Maidenhead United manager Alan Devonshire is hoping his side can pull off a shock as they travel to promotion hopefuls Leyton Orient on Saturday. The O’s are aiming for a return to the Football League and are firm favourites but … Continue reading

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“It’s All About Us”

Leyton Orient defender Jamie Turley insists his side only need to concentrate on themselves. The O’s have a three point cushion at the top of the National League ahead of their trip to Hartlepool and Turley is keen for his … Continue reading

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“It’s The Biggest Challenge”

Hartlepool manager Craig Hignett is relishing the visit of league leaders Leyton Orient on Saturday. Hignett who returned to the management hot seat back in January is fully aware of the test that awaits his side but feels it can … Continue reading

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“It’s a Competition We Feel We Can Get Close to Winning”

Leyton Orient head coach Justin Edinburgh insists his side will be taking the FA Trophy seriously ahead of their visit of Blyth Spartans. Orient have a three point lead at the top of the table but the 49 year old knows … Continue reading

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