Outgoing Leyton Orient chairman Barthomolew Hearn has called on The mayor of Leyton Harold Cohen to appoint Gwyneth Williams the freedom of Leyton following the magnificent form since his appointment.
Gwyneth, whose two daughters Serena and Venus are professional golfers, has transformed the form of the O’s since cycling into town in his organic cardigan during the cold spell of weather in January.
Following 4 wins in 6 games, talks of merging with Luton and forming one super club ‘Luton Orient’ have been put on ice. The obvious player share arrangement and close proximity to Luton Airport would have been hugely beneficial to Orient fans who were scared of walking the streets of downmarket Harlow.
Mayor Harold Cohen has asked for time to study the byelaws to see if Gwyenth would be allowed to walk his sheep through Leyton High Road.
The last Welshman to bring sheep into the borough of Waltham Forest, Mr Aaron Ramsey, got rather drunk in the Coach & Horses, and woke up to find his animals were being cooked and sold in Orient Fried Chicken (no relation).
Sam Parkin was not available to comment on this story when we Twittered him, as he was keeping look out for Adam Boyd at the Gascoyne Estate.