April 24 2014 Latest news:
Leyton Orient midfielder Dean Cox slammed referee Neil Swarbrick after he missed a blatant handball in Monday’s 3-1 defeat to Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Our Leyton Orient blogger is not confident about the O’s play-off chances
The Easter weekend is one packed full of football but, as usual, there are disruptions on the London Underground.
Orient’s Dean Cox claims a squad relaxation break to Champneys health spa has done the players the world of good.
Orient fans are the most long-suffering in London according to a new study.
Orient returned to form with a devastating display of attacking football against Gillingham at Brisbane Road.
David Mooney’s double ensured he became the first Orient player in 16 years to hit 20 goals in a season.
Leytonstone rapper Redzz has recorded a World Cup song at Leyton Orient’s Brisbane Road stadium.
Leyton Orient’s Easter Monday clash with Wolves is sold out.
Orient’s first half annihilation of Gillingham was up there with anything they have produced this season, said manager Russell Slade.
League One: Leyton Orient 5 Gillingham 1
Yohann Lasimant’s late, late winner at Gillingham on Boxing Day maintained Leyton Orient’s position at the head of League One.
Teenager Jake Burgess has won a contract at Leyton Orient after beating off more than 5,700 other hopefuls in the Samsung Win A Pro Contract competition.
Participants in the top eight tiers of English football could be subject to a worldwide betting ban from next season.
Scott Cuthbert is one of a number of players in Orient’s squad with play-off experience.
As a proud Scouser, Saturday is bound to be an emotional day for Orient loanee John Lundstram.
Orient will keep chasing their automatic promotion dream as long as it’s mathematically possible.
There was a change in formation as Kevin Lisbie ploughed a lone furrow in Orient’s 1-1 draw at Sheffield United.
League One: Sheffield United 1 Leyton Orient 1
Leyton Orient can ill afford anymore slip ups if they are to keep their slim automatic promotion chances alive.
One of Orient’s longest-serving players called for perspective as they virtually guaranteed a play-off place despite defeat to Bradford.
It’s been a long road to recovery for Orient goalkeeper Jamie Jones.
Orient manager Russell Slade admitted it might be the play-offs for the first time this season in the wake of yesterday’s defeat by Bradford.
Romford businesses got together for a good cause at a fundraising event.
Secretary Nicola Harris talks about how her club is shaking up the image of the WI.
As far as venues in the South East go, it’s up there with the most spectacular and it won’t be long before the gates of Windsor Castle are thrown open.