Leyton Orient

Are Football Sponsorships Worth It?

16st Sep 2016

This football season will see an unprecedented number of clubs across Europe partnering with sports betting brands.  With premiership matches often pulling in millions of worldwide TV viewers, tens of thousands of fans watching live in stadiums, and receiving extensive online exposure, the potential value is undeniable. But exposure is one thing, engagement is quite […]

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EnergyBet announced as new O’s shirt sponsor

18st Sep 2016

LEYTON ORIENT are delighted to announce that online bookmakers EnergyBet will become the O’s new shirt sponsor having signed a two-year agreement with the Club. The new sponsorship deal sees one of the online sports betting industry’s newest players support the club with substantial financial resources and will see the eye-catching EnergyBet branding appear on […]

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The O’s target FA Cup reprieve in Sheffield

04st Nov 2016

The Emirates FA Cup gets underway this weekend, with the O’s making the trip to League One promotion hopefuls Sheffield United. The Blades are unbeaten in their last 11 league matches, with eight wins, 24 goals scored and just 11 conceded. By contrast, we slipped into the League Two relegation zone after a lacklustre performance […]

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Vowel play – O’s against U’s in relegation battle

10st Nov 2016

The relegation threatened O’s are on the road again this weekend after last week’s bruising 6-0 cup defeat at Sheffield United. Fortunately, we are back in League Two action, and facing a Colchester team experiencing a similarly bad run of form. The U’s are without a win in eight league matches since a 3-2 victory […]

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Taking Penalties with the O’s

23st Nov 2016

It really can pay off to get involved with EnergyBet on social media because we give away some truly amazing experiences and prizes. Recently we gave five of our Twitter followers the chance take penalties against the Leyton Orient FC goalkeeper, during half-time, at the match with Blackpool FC on Saturday 19th November. Yes, just […]

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Robbie and Nicky vs Club Badges

02st Dec 2016

EnergyBet caught up with the Leyton Orient players at their training ground again, and this time we put their knowledge of football club badges to the test. Our first ‘victims’ were cheeky duo Robbie Weir and Nicky Hunt, and we think they did rather well. We were pretty kind to them, but did throw in […]

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Nigel vs Alex, Club Badges

09st Dec 2016

We’ve got another Club Badge Challenge video for you! This time it’s the turn of Leyton Orient FC’s midfielder Nigel Atangana and goalkeeper Alex Cisak. Watch as they go head-to-head in a quiz that gives Mastermind a run for its money. Alex started off with confidence, but we threw a few tricky ones in and […]

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Leyton Orient Heroes

11st Feb 2017

The first in a series of profiles of key Leyton Orient players over the years. In this article we focus on one of the ‘O’s best ever forward’s, the prolific Carl Griffiths, Carl Griffiths Carl was born in England in 1971 (he’s now 45) but played for both Wales under 21 team and Wales B […]

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Leyton Orient 2 Notts County 3 February 18th 2017.

18st Feb 2017

The O’s Lose Important Relegation Scrap. Orient were in their second 5 goal thriller of the week against relegation rivals Notts County but this time they were on the receiving end of a 3-2 defeat.

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Orient’s Biggest Wins

21st Feb 2017

With Leyton Orient currently in a dire position placed 91st of the 92 teams in the football league and the very lowest English side in the leagues I thought it would be of interest to see how Orient had done against a team currently at the top of the third division. That jewel in the […]

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McCallum and company to keep up renewed intensity

24st Feb 2017

We’ll take another five goal thriller this week, but this time around we hope to be back on the right side of the difference. The loss to Notts County was hard to stomach as it saw Kevin Nolan’s men expand the gap between us to four points, and climb to 20th in the table. This […]

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Leyton Orient 0 Cheltenham Town 1 February 25th 2017.

26st Feb 2017

Following their loss last week to at home to fellow strugglers Notts County, Saturday’s game, another home match to yet another team struggling in Division Two in Cheltenham Town, saw Orient come off second best again as Cheltenham returned home for a morale boosting 1-0 win. The O’s to put it mildly are now in […]

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The O’s take heart from recent record against Stevenage

27st Feb 2017

Leyton Orient are facing an uphill battle for survival in League Two after failing to pick up any points from home matches with fellow strugglers Notts County and Cheltenham Town. On Saturday, we ran into an inspired Cheltenham goalkeeper, with Scott Brown twice denying Gavin Massey from point-blank range before saving a second half Callum […]

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League Round Up – Weekend 25/26 February 2017

28st Feb 2017

Spurs blew away Stoke City at White Hart Lane thanks to a first half hat trick from Harry Kane. The England striker bagged his treble inside nine minutes to make it 22 goals for the season and put him top of the League goal scoring charts with Everton’s Lukaku.

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Stevenage Borough 4 Leyton Orient 1 February 28th 2017

01st Mar 2017

    Leyton Orient slipped into even more trouble on the road as they went down 4-1 at Stevenage Borough as they were taken apart by the Hertfordshire outfit. The O’s could have climbed out of the relegation zone in League 2 with a win at play-off chasing Stevenage – that’s if Hartlepool lose at […]

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Orient Smash Up Newport As Koroma Takes The Fizz out of County

06st Mar 2017

The O’s beat Newport County in a ‘do or die’ encounter in deepest Wales by a fine four goals to nil in nervous circumstances as Josh Koroma netted a hat trick in a new look O’s team in the week Orient faced a winding up petition.

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League Round Up – Weekend 04/05/06 March 2017

07st Mar 2017

Chelsea jumped ten points clear on Monday with another win, this time 2-1 against West Ham in a score line that puts West Ham in a much better light than they deserved. Another wonder goal from the Belgium international Eden Hazard and a second from Diego Costa was enough to seal it despite an injury […]

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Promotion Chasing Town Win It In Close Match

09st Mar 2017

Huddersfield Town chasing hard for promotion in third place overcame a spirited Villa team with 9 players currently out through injury by a goal to nil thanks to a Tommy Smith winner in the 70th minute. As per my last article on Villa where I said that 3 wins on the trot for the Villa […]

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Orient Lose To Superior Grimsby Team

13st Mar 2017

Following last weeks hammering 4-0 of Newport County put a few smiles back onto the Leyton Orient fans faces it all went wrong yet again at home against Grimsby Town. Another home defeat, this time 3-0 saw them look ever more over their shoulder at going out of the football league for the first time […]

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Rovers Score 4 And Inflict Another Defeat On The O’s

20st Mar 2017

A dishevelled Orient were hammered by 4 goals to one against a Doncaster Rovers team with more ambition, more strength and above all more heart than the Londoners could muster in a month of Sundays. Ok, it was never going to be easy, top were playing bottom but while Doncaster Rovers will almost certainly be […]

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Leyton Orient Stadium

29st Mar 2017

Leyton Orient’s stadium is known officially these days as the Matchroom Stadium thanks in part to Barry Hearn. The O’s home ground is known to most fans as Brisbane Road though as it kept this name for almost seventy years. It was renamed as the Matchroom Stadium after former club chairman Barry Hearn‘s sports Promotion […]

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Three Goals In Nine Minutes Kill Off Dispirited Orient

30st Mar 2017

Another horror show from Leyton Orient saw them killed off just after the half hour mark and condemn them to their 4th large defeat on the trot after losing 3-0 to Crawley Town down in Sussex. Crawley themselves were on an abysmal run having not won for six games but they played with a tight […]

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Agony and Misery For Orient

09st Apr 2017

Could it get any worse for the O’s after yet another heavy defeat at the hands of Cambridge United? This time it was 3-0 but again it could have been a lot more as the London club are now a whopping 10 points adrift of safety with only five games remaining after goals from Luke […]

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Luton Town 2 Leyton Orient 2 April 14th 2017.

15st Apr 2017

A bit of fight, a bit of heart and a bit of commitment, that’s all Orient fans could have asked as the O’s battled to a 2-2 draw at high flying Luton Town to stave off relegation for the time being at least. In chunks Orient were the better team and were denied a much […]

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Orient Cling On To Survival With Win

18st Apr 2017

Leyton Orient are hanging on to league status by the skin of their teeth following a 2-1 win over third from bottom Hartlepool knowing a win was the only result that would keep them from not being relegated into non league football for next season.

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Orient Relegation To Non League Football Finally Confirmed

23st Apr 2017

After 112 years, Leyton Orient football club probably had their saddest day ever when they were finally relegated after going down 3-0 to Crewe Alexandra. A tragic scenario for such a wonderful little club who have spiraled into the depths of despair in the last 3 years. Despite grimly hanging on to their league status […]

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More Fan Protests As O’s Slide Out Of League

07st May 2017

After 112 years Leyton Orient Football Club went out of the league on Saturday following another crashing defeat. This time a 3-1 defeat at the hands of Blackpool who with this win in the final match of the the 46 of the campaign held onto 7th place and guaranteed a play off place where they […]

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Regrouping For The O’s

15st May 2017

After a dreadful season in which Orient went out of the league for the first time in their history, it is time to reflect. For the new season the O’s must get back together as a club and bring in one or two seasoned veterans to stabilise the team. The young team that played the […]

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O’s Goal Machine Of The 1970’s

23st May 2017

Mention the 1970’s or 1980’s to any Leyton Orient fan and one of the first names they will mention playing for the O’s is the great centre forward Peter Kitchen. A prolific goalscorer throughout his career, Peter was born in Mexborough and not only was he a legend for the O’s but also for his […]

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Orient Legends – John Chiedozie

08st Jun 2017

John Chiedozie was a fast, nippy winger who played on the right flank for Leyton Orient between 1977 and 1981.  He was Nigerian and was born in 1960 in Owerri. He represented Nigeria at international level on nine occasions, eight of them whilst at Orient and scored twice for his country. He was only 16 […]

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Omar Riza Orient Manager

18st Jun 2017

Omar Riza is the current Leyton Orient manager and was the 5th manager in a turbulent 2016/2017 season for Orient as the club were relegated out of the League for the first time in their history dropping down from League 2 to the National League. After 112 years of league football Riza was in a […]

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Ex Orient Assistant Manager Thanked For Helping England Under 20 Success

06st Jul 2017

Following the incredible under-20 World Cup success with England, Andy Edwards says he is indebted to former Leyton Orient assistant manager Kevin Nugent. Andy Edwards the ex O’s boss and Academy Director had his last match as Leyton Orient manager before handing in his resignation on January 29 a little over 4 months ago. He […]

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Mooney Glad to be Back with the O’s [video]

28st Jul 2017

With their first match in the Vanarama National League fast approaching, EnergyBet caught up with Leyton Orient FC striker David Mooney. 32-year old Mooney, who has returned to the O’s, after his contract with Southend United expired, shared how excited he is to be back at Brisbane Road and the Matchroom Stadium. At a time […]

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O’s Beat Billericay as they Debut New Kit

30st Jul 2017

The O’s took to the pitch for their first match in their new 2017-18 season EnergyBet kits, at Billericay Town on the 29th July, and left the AGP Arena as 2-1 winners. In an impressive performance, that bodes well for the rejuvenated Leyton Orient, Macauley Bonne opened the scoring, with a nice header in the […]

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EnergyBet Crossbar Challenge at Orient vs. Maidstone

03st Aug 2017

On Saturday 12th August, Leyton Orient will host Maidstone United, in their first home game under their new owners. To celebrate this landmark occasion, main sponsor EnergyBet, will be holding a Crossbar Challenge! At half time, three lucky Orient fans will take to the pitch at the Matchroom Stadium, and put their football skills to […]

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Orient Win To Climb Into Top Four Spot

13st Aug 2017

 The new look all change Orient beat Maidstone United 2-0 at Brisbane Road to make it two home wins on the bounce in four days. Goals from David Mooney on the hour and Romuald Boco at the death put the O’s into fourth position in the National League but caution should be reserved for any […]

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Orient Back Down To Earth With A Bang

16st Aug 2017

Leyton Orient suffered the humiliation of a major drubbing at the hands of Bromley as the Kent team smashed apart the O’s defence with a 6-1 victory in the National League on Tuesday night. The O’s were outclassed, outplayed, second best and lethargic for much of the 90 minutes against their local neighbours before a […]

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Bonnehomie For Orient

19st Aug 2017

Striker Macauley Bonne hit the back of the net twice for Leyton Orient as they came away from Woking with a wonderful 2-0 victory that puts them into 7th place in the National League. Woking is never the easiest place to get a result and with the O’s coming off a 6-1 drubbing at Bromley […]

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Clay Saves The Day

26st Aug 2017

Midfielder Craig Clay scored a 98th minute equaliser for Leyton Orient to rescue a point against Eastleigh Town at Brisbane Road in the National League in a 1-1 draw. Clay, the 25 year old man who came in from Motherwell last month couldn’t have chosen a more important time to score his first goal for […]

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Orient Player Signings For The 2017/18 Season

27st Aug 2017

Such was the merry go round and the exodus of players from Leyton Orient last season when over 40 players were used in the first team that we look at some of the players over the summer who will be wearing an O’s shirt in this new season. Last season you could be excused as […]

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Bonne Appetit For Goal

28st Aug 2017

An early 6th minute goal for Orient through Macauley Bonne was enough to snatch all three points against a defiant Maidenhead United team and take the O’s into 3rd place in the National League table. Maidenhead were on a decent run before this match on August Bank Holiday Monday, unbeaten in four and looking rock […]

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Tales Of The Orient

31st Aug 2017

Not only has there been a mass clear-out over the summer of playing staff following Orient’s exit out of the football league and proper and into the National League but also an influx of new staff in varying capacities including that of management. Following the recent takeover in June 2017 former manager Martin Ling was […]

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Orient Express Derailed At Boreham Wood

10st Sep 2017

Orient endured a bad day at the office as they came crashing down to earth in front of a record attendance as Boreham Wood thrashed them 2-0 in a game where the scoreline flattered the O’s. 1,920 crammed into Boreham Wood’s Meadow Park ground to witness Leyton Orient second best for most of the match […]

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Halifax Knock The Stuffing Out Of Orient

13st Sep 2017

Halifax Town came away from Brisbane Road with all 3 points as they out witted the O’s with a combative performance in a 3-0 win. Leyton Orient came into the game looking to come back from last Saturday’s defeat at Boreham Wood to return to winning ways but it never looked likely from the off […]

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Hartlepool Beat The O’s

18st Sep 2017

Orient continued their poor form of late with their third consecutive defeat, 2-1 to a Hartlepool team brimming with confidence at Brisbane Road. Having started the season so well Leyton Orient are dropping down the National League table like flies as Hartlepool in difference are climbing the table thanks to a Rhys Oates winner two […]

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Orient Drop Further Down The Table After Defeat

23st Oct 2017

Macclesfield Town piled more pressure on Leyton Orient as the northern team ran out 1-0 winners at Brisbane Road in front of a demoralised home crowd. In a peculiar match for various reasons the O’s came crashing down again with another disjointed performance that will have manager Steve Davis looking over his shoulder with more […]

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Orient Rescue Point With Late Equalizer

30st Oct 2017

A goal from Mark Ellis five minutes before the end of normal play ensured Leyton Orient came away from north Wales with a hard earned hard fought point at Wrexham. The match at the Racecourse Ground (a ground that in it’s day hosted many Wales international football games) saw a decent advert for the National […]

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Daly Problems For The Orient

03st Dec 2017

Orient were beaten away at bottom of the table Solihull Moors by a goal to nil as their disastrous run continued against the bottom teams to leave them still hovering above the relegation zone on Saturday in the National League. A goal from Liam Daly after 58 minutes was enough to settle the match in […]

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ENERGYBET PLAYER OF THE MONTH – November 2017

19st Dec 2017

As principal partner, EnergyBet will be hosting the vote for Leyton Orient player of the month, so please head to @energybet_com and cast your vote on the poll which will be live at 4pm Monday (December 18). And to reward fans for following and entering the competition, EnergyBet will reward one lucky fan each month with pair […]

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N’Gala And Bonne Win It For Orient

23st Dec 2017

Leyton Orient made the short journey into Kent and came back with all the apples in England’s Garden of Eden as they beat Maidstone by a two goals to nil scoreline that gives them a little breathing space above the relegation zone in the National League. That’s two wins from two from Justin Edinburgh’s east […]

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Hail The Revolution: Orient March On

27st Dec 2017

Justin Edinburgh’s Leyton Orient revolution continued as the east Londoners beat local rivals Dagenham & Redbridge by 2 goals to 0 at Brisbane Road to maintain their excellent recent form. Goals from Coulson and Bonne were enough for Leyton Orient to beat a Dagenham team looking for a top 3 place themselves if they had […]

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Orient Express Comes off The Rails

31st Dec 2017

Leyton Orient lost 1-0 to local rivals Bromley as Bondz N’Gala was sent off in the 4th minute to ensure that the O’s finished the year with a defeat. In what has been a dismal year all in all with more managers than good performances new man in the hot seat Justin Edinburgh has Orient […]

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O’s And Wood Boreham Silly

08st Jan 2018

Leyton Orient had to settle for a draw as they played out a nil nil scoreline at Brisbane Road against local team Boreham Wood. In a fairly dull encounter neither team could find the back of the net as the 4,094 who had braved the January cold were dealt with crumbs to feed on in […]

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Extra Time O’s Winner Beats Stubborn Bognor

16st Jan 2018

A wonder goal from substitute Josh Koroma half way through extra time gave Leyton Orient an FA Trophy victory down in Sussex against a plucky Bognor Regis team. In Orient’s first ever outing in the competition the Londoners were expected to win fairly comfortably against a Bognor Regis team struggling in the National League South. […]

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O’s Lose Despite 1st Minute Opener

29st Jan 2018

Leyton Orient lost at Brisbane Road 3-2 to promotion chasing Aldershot despite taking a first minute lead in an enthralling encounter in East London. There were chances galore for both teams and the O’s will be disappointed not to get anything out of the game especially when they went a goal up after just 15 […]

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Orient Record Second Successive Away Win

31st Jan 2018

Leyton Orient recorded their first National League victory of 2018 with a 2-1 win at fellow strugglers Halifax Town. A first win in five league games couldn’t come soon enough for Justin Edinburgh’s men as Macauley Bonne and Josh Koroma won the game for Orient. The win puts the O’s above both Halifax Town and […]

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O’s Consign Dover Over The White Cliffs In Thriller

04st Feb 2018

Leyton Orient beat Dover Athletic in a 7 goal thriller down on the Kent coast to advance in the FA Trophy with a pulsating 4-3 win. In Orient’s first ever outing in the competition the Londoners beat Bognor Regis but looked out of sorts a couple of weeks ago. This game however was an absolute […]

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O’s Pick Up Draw Against Tranmere Rovers

12st Feb 2018

Leyton Orient drew 1-1 in their home game against Tranmere Rovers at Brisbane Road in the National League. A rugged dogged display from the O’s showed further proof that Justin Edinburgh’s men are going forward in the Orient transition against a Tranmere team from Birkenhead sitting on the cusp of the automatic promotional spots in […]

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Bonne Voyage To Fylde As Orient Shine

19st Feb 2018

A vital victory away at Fylde by a goal to nil was welcome relief for Leyton Orient as they left Lancashire with all three points against promotion chasing Fylde. A Macauley Bonne first half penalty was enough to win the game and keep the O’s 6 points ahead of the relegation spots but they are […]

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Brophy Goal Wins It For O’s

21st Feb 2018

An important win away at Chester City by a goal to nil was more welcome relief for Leyton Orient as they moved up a place to 15th in the National League. O’s fans will be breathing easier as the three points elevate Leyton Orient a more comfortable 8 points away from the danger zone as […]

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Gateshead And Orient In Thrilling Draw

26st Feb 2018

Leyton Orient and Gateshead drew 3-3 in a fabulously entertaining draw at Brisbane Road in the FA Trophy on Saturday as Orient threw a 3-0 lead away. The visitors from the North East will be by far the happier as they saw their team make an incredible comeback from 3-0 down to snatch a last […]

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It’s Leyton Orient player of the month time for February.

02st Mar 2018

EnergyBet will be hosting the vote for player of the month on our Twitter feed, so please head to @energybet_com and cast your vote on the poll which will be live at 10am tomorrow Friday 2nd March. To reward fans for following and entering the competition, EnergyBet will reward one lucky fan each month with pair of […]

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Dover Get Revenge On Orient With Win

05st Mar 2018

Dover Athletic beat Leyton Orient by a goal to nil in the National League to exact revenge for their defeat to the O’s in the FA Trophy exactly a month to the day of their classic. The home team left it late however as Mitch Pinnoch netted with barely 7 minutes left on the clock […]

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Gateshead End Orient’s FA Trophy Dreams

07st Mar 2018

Leyton Orient lost 3-2 to Gateshead away in the North East in another fascinating game involving the two sides in the FA Trophy on Tuesday night in a corker of a game. This quarter final replay went ahead despite there being plenty of water on the pitch from the overnight rain but blaming the weather […]

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Draw For O’s Against Ebbsfleet

12st Mar 2018

A Kenny Clark own goal was enough to give Leyton Orient a share of the spoils in a 1-1 draw at home to Ebbsfleet United on Saturday. Although Leyton Orient haven’t won at home at all in 2018 you could look at this home draw as a point won rather than 2 points lost. Firstly […]

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Romain’s Of The Day Crushes Orient

13st Mar 2018

Leyton Orient’s home woes continued as they were beaten by a goal to nil by relegation probables Torquay United at a maudlin Brisbane Road. An attendance of exactly 2,900 saw the O’s falter once again on home turf as the men from Devon took the long trip home down the M4 motorway with 3 points […]

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O’s Pick Up A Point At Eastleigh

17st Mar 2018

Leyton Orient drew following a goalless game against Eastleigh in what was frankly a dour affair in Hampshire. Despite a 0-0 draw both teams will probably be happy to pick up a point and further cement their mid table positions in the National League. Make no mistake this was a drab match devoid of any […]

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Bonne Double Leads The O’s Closer To Safety

26st Mar 2018

Leyton Orient comfortably beat Woking by three goals to nil to record their first win at home since Boxing Day at Brisbane Road in the National League.  Two goals from Macauley Bonne in the 10th and 17th minute put the game beyond Woking early on and James Brophy scored with ten minutes left on the […]

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Leyton Orient v Barrow

05st Apr 2018

Leyton Orient will play at home against Barrow in the National League on Saturday in a match at Brisbane Road that Barrow are desperate to get something from as they hover one place about the relegation spots. Let’s hope the Brisbane Road pitch is in better condition that it was last East Monday for the […]

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Safe O’s Can Spoil Macclesfield’s Promotion Party

12st Apr 2018

Leyton Orient will travel up to top of the table Macclesfield knowing a win for the home team will give the hosts the National League title and promotion to the Football League Division 2 on Saturday. The O’s can be party poopers live on TV as the match is being shown at the earlier kick […]

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Orient Can Embroil Hartlepool In Trouble With Win

16st Apr 2018

Leyton Orient will travel north up to to Hartlepool United with the understanding a win for the O’s could see United slip closer to the relegation area on Tuesday night. The kick off time at the Victoria Ground will be 19.45pm UK time (20.45pm CET and Malta time). On Saturday the O’s ended up being […]

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Wrexham Need Win For Play Off Hopes

20st Apr 2018

Leyton Orient will entertain Welsh team Wrexham on Saturday afternoon at Brisbane Road knowing that Wrexham will be on the lookout for all 3 points to keep their promotion hopes alive via the play offs. The kick off time at Brisbane Road will be 3.00pm UK time (4.00pm CET and Malta time) with the weather […]

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Up And Down Season Sees Consolidation For O’s

23st Apr 2018

Leyton Orient will take on Maidenhead United at Brisbane Road safe in the knowledge that both teams from the south will be competing in the National league next season. The kick off time at Brisbane Road will be 7.45pm UK time (8.45pm CET and Malta time) with the outlook looking fair on the weather front. […]

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Orient and Gateshead Playing For Pride

26st Apr 2018

Leyton Orient will take on Gateshead in a long journey up to the North East on Saturday aware that whoever wins the game will finish above the other in the National League this season. The kick off time for the last game for every team in the league will be the incredibly early hour of […]

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Jobi Mcanuff and David Mooney talk football

28st May 2018

  We caught up with Leyton Orient’s experienced duo of Jobi Mcanuff & David Mooney to test their football knowledge in a quick fire quiz and then get their views on the football this Summer. Jobi and David have pretty good knowledge of international football and both answered some tough questions well. As it gets […]

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Chat with Dean Brill & George Elokobi

29st May 2018

  We spent quality time with Leyton Orient Goalkeeper Dean Brill and the heart beat of the dressing room George Elokobi. First up was testing their football knowledge and it was tough going early on for Dean as George moved into a comfortable lead. Then Dean got some momentum and drew level with George who […]

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A word from the boss

30st May 2018

  As partners of Leyton Orient we caught up with Head Coach Justin Edinburgh ahead of the upcoming football this Summer. Justin gave great insight throughout the time spent with him and may well have put you in the right direction as to who is going to lift the World Cup trophy in July. Back […]

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