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About mattbristow271993

Boyhood Leyton Orient fan, but love football in general, any league. Football is my passion.

“We Can’t be Carrying Any Players”

Leyton Orient head coach Justin Edinburgh insists their is no magic formula to turn their troubles around but stated to leytonorient.com “we can’t be carrying any players at present. We need to win each and every individual battle on the pitch” … Continue reading

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“We Have to Earn the Right to Play”

Leyton Orient midfielder James Dayton highlights the importance of doing the dirty side of the game ahead of their trip to Solihull tomorrow. Speaking to leytonorient.com “we need to do the horrible side of the game first, if we do that then … Continue reading

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“Maintain our Level, the Wins will Start Coming”

Leyton Orient midfielder Jobi McAnuff insists his side are in a good place and are confident of ending their run for a league win at Torquay. Speaking to leytonorient.com “it will be a tough game, our third in a week, we are … Continue reading

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“It’s Only a Good Point If we Get Three on Tuesday”

Leyton Orient’s interim head Coach Ross Embleton knows that Saturday’s point against Dover Athletic means nothing if they fail to beat Chester City at Brisbane Road tomorrow. Speaking to the East London Advertiser, Embleton stated “it’s only a good point if … Continue reading

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“Really Try and Help Us”

Leyton Orient interim head coach Ross Embleton has urged the fans to back his team ahead of their clash with Dover Athletic tomorrow afternoon. Speaking to leytonorient.com “the message to the fans is simple, really try and help us, get us through … Continue reading

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“We Need to Go at Teams”

Leyton Orient midfielder Zain Westbrooke has urged his side to attack the opposition more ahead of their trip to Ebbsfleet tomorrow. Speaking to leytonorient.com “we have been working a lot on the final third and start getting some goals. We need to … Continue reading

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“It’s a Cup Game, Anything Can Happen”

Leyton Orient head coach Steve Davis knows that tomorrow’s first round FA Cup tie with Gillingham is all about who performs better on the day. Speaking to leytonorient.com “it’s a cup game anything can happen, we believe we can go there and … Continue reading

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