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DAN HAPPE

National League: Leyton Orient 2 AFC Fylde 0

The 49-year-old hit back at some of Sam Ling’s critics and hailed Dan Happe

The O’s head coach opted against giving youngster Sam Sargeant an opportunity against Beaconsfield Town

The 48-year-old discussed the 4-0 victory over Beaconsfield Town and the future of top goalscorer Macauley Bonne

FA Trophy first round: Leyton Orient 4 Beaconsfield Town 0

Charlie Lee will hope to make his first O’s appearance since the 3-1 win at AFC Fylde on November 3

The 48-year-old discussed how he will view the non-league competition this season

The former professional development phase lead coach at Orient explained why he made the move to the Hive

The former professional development phase lead coach moved to Barnet earlier this month

The right-back returned from injury earlier than expected to help the O’s remain at the top of the National League table

National League leaders Leyton Orient face a tough test as they journey to North Wales to take on title rivals Wrexham this weekend, writes Jacob Ranson.

Leyton Orient captain Jobi McAnuff has heaped praise on forward duo Macaulay Bonne and Josh Koroma after the pair both netted in their 3-1 win against Bromley.

Leyton Orient came from behind to beat Bromley and extend their unbeaten run in the National League to six matches, while also returning to the top of the table.

Behind closed doors friendly: Leyton Orient 1 Bristol City 2

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The 26-year-old reflected on the controversial moment which occured during the game with Hartlepool United

Behind closed doors friendly: Leyton Orient 3 Barnet 0

The former O’s centre back reflected on the game at Cressing Road and praised Justin Edinburgh

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