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“We’ve Got to Get Our Own Performance Right”

Grimsby Town manager Michael Jolley wants a reaction from his side as they host Leyton Orient on Saturday. The Mariners have lost their last three games and Jolley knows his side need to improve to get back to winning ways. … Continue reading

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“The Response Has to Be at 3pm Saturday”

Walsall manager Darrell Clarke wants a reaction from his side as they head to Leyton Orient on Saturday. The Saddlers lost their winning run against Salford last weekend and the 41 year old is looking for his side to bounce … Continue reading

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“It’s a Big Game and We Really Need To Be At It”

Leyton Orient striker Matt Harrold wants his side to build on last weekend’s win at Northampton when Walsall visit on Saturday. The O’s picked up their first league win since August and Harrold is keen for another one against the … Continue reading

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“We Want to be Operating in the Top Seven”

Northampton Town manager Keith Curle has his sights on the top seven ahead of their home clash with Leyton Orient. The 55 year old celebrated a year in charge of the Cobblers this week and is eyeing a run towards … Continue reading

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“If We Perform We Feel We Can Get a Result”

Port Vale manager John Askey is hoping his side can take confidence into Saturday’s clash against Leyton Orient. The Valiants picked up their first away win of the season on Tuesday night and Askey is keen for another good performance … Continue reading

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“I’m Expecting a Good Game of Football”

Exeter City manager Matt Taylor is relishing life at the top of League Two but insist his side won’t be sitting on their laurels. The Grecians host Leyton Orient looking for a fifth consecutive win for the first time since January … Continue reading

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“It Will be a Great Test and One of Our Toughest at Home”

Leyton Orient Interim Head Coach Ross Embleton is relishing the visit of former club Swindon Town to the Breyer Group Stadium on Saturday. Embleton left the Robins back in 2017 and is expected a tough test when he faces them … Continue reading

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