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The 37-year-old reflects on the decision to finish the match at Brisbane Road with O’s rivals behind closed doors

Sky Bet League Two: Leyton Orient 1 Colchester United 3

League Two club release statement confirmed all employees have received their wages for April after a slight delay

Liam Kelly one of several absentees for O’s final League Two game at Brisbane Road for at least a season

This news means this season will be the last at the current White Hart Lane

Some players believe they have been underpaid and with the 4pm deadline now passed, they will not receive their wages in full until Tuesday at the earliest

Club employees had to wait close to four weeks longer than expected to receive their wages for March and look set to have to wait for April’s now too

It has been a terrible campaign for Orient, but some of the recent sacrifices by certain senior professionals in 2017 should not be forgotten.

The 37-year-old believes the future can be bright for O’s, but knows things off the pitch need to get sorted quickly

The 2016-17 campaign has been a memorable one for the Tons, as they achieved 92 points to finish in second place

LOFT want to send a clear message from all Orient fans that this (relegation) does not mark the end of Orient at Brisbane Road.

The Italian has ripped the heart out of the Brisbane Road club and they are in a mess ahead of their first ever National League campaign

After relegation to the National League was confirmed on Saturday, attention now needs to turn to next season for Brisbane Road club

Tons made sure the 684 spectators in attendance at the Old Spotted Dog on Saturday were not disappointed

It is understood the payment has come from a different bank account to usual and it seems each payment has been processed individually.

The O’s staff were due to be paid on March 31, but have yet to receive their wages and haven’t been told when to expect them

Talented youngster will spend next three days in Linda-a-Velha before returning to UK

The O’s 112-year stay in the Football League has come to an end after their relegation was confirmed this afternoon at Crewe Alexandra

Sky Bet League Two: Crewe Alexandra 3 Leyton Orient 0

Tom Parkes returns following his three-match ban

The O’s need to win on Saturday and hope Hartlepool and Newport fail to beat Barnet and Accrington to avoid relegation for at least another week

The development of the teenage forward has not been helped by working under a succession of managers at Orient.

Club employees are still waiting to be paid their wages for March, yet continue to work as normal

Tower Hamlets secretary Adam Richardson looking forward to Saturday and praises Michelle Dorling for organising event

The O’s staff were due to be paid on March 31, but have yet to receive their wages and haven’t been told when to expect them

Pools manager disappointed with first half performance and reveals bemusement over Liam Donnelly’s late red card at Brisbane Road

Orient supporters dressed up as clowns and blew whistles before invading the pitch at full time and calling for the Italian to leave E10 club

The 37-year-old has played a huge part in getting O’s to win four points from their Easter fixtures

Sky Bet League Two: Leyton Orient 2 Hartlepool United 1

Tristan Abrahams set for full debut in vital match for O’s

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