Tag Archives: League 1

Will We Look Back Here Come May 3rd?

Well, well, well, if ever there was a game which summed up Leyton Orient’s season then today was it. Second best for the opening 20 minutes after falling behind to Lauri Dalla Valle’s two yard tap in on 10 minutes. Fight and … Continue reading

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“We Cannot Afford to Lose”

Leyton Orient keeper Alex Ciask has made tomorrow’s clash with Crewe as a “must win” fixture for the East London Club. Orient sit above the “Alex” on goal difference but Ciask knows that “it is a massive game, where we … Continue reading

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Points over Performance is Definitely the Case

If ever a game epitomized what it is like to be an Orient fan, then this was it. 1-0 up after half an hour thanks to a Lloyd James penalty on his first start since September. But with Orient’s defence … Continue reading

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” Everyone is Fighting for their Lives and Livelihood ” says Wright

Leyton Orient midfielder Josh Wright is confident his side can survive the drop and has urged the fans to keep supporting their team to the end of the season. Wright who signed a permanent deal till the end of the … Continue reading

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A “Wright” good Smash N Grab

3 missed Alarms? a phonecall from the boss? half an hour late for work after a rainy journey home; all couldn’t dampen my mood from last night’s win at Coventry. Well, in fact, what most fans would tell you? What is … Continue reading

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“Worry About Ourselves at the Points will come”

Coventry defender Matthew Pennington insists that his side need to worry about themselves and points will come at home. The Sky Blues have won their last 3 away from home but have been struggling at home since their return to … Continue reading

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Has 45 minutes saved the Season?

Leyton Orient completed a second half comeback against Port Vale which leaves them just 1 point from safety at the bottom of league 1. Second half strikes from David Mooney and Dean Cox were sandwiched by a Neil Collins own … Continue reading

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“No Pressure for Players just me” says Liverani

Leyton Orient manager Fabio Liverani states that there is no pressure on his players only himself ahead of his sides clash with Port Vale tomorrow. Liverani  spoke to London 94.9 yesterday hinted at the lack of a cutting edge from … Continue reading

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Nothing has Really Changed

Leyton Orient succumbed to the first defeat in three matches after Izale McLeod netted his 17th league goal of the season from the penalty spot. The former MK Dons striker was brought down by Orient full back Luke O’Neil in the … Continue reading

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League 1 Preview – 21st March

Barnsley vs Preston – 6th vs 2nd Two of the most in form sides in the division go head to head at Oakwell as both look for promotion to the Championship. Barnsley dropped points for the first time in seven matches … Continue reading

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