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Norwich 0 Leyton Orient 1 HALF-TIME

8 Jan
Elliott Omozusi

Elliot Omuzusi in action for Norwich

Goal scored by Jimmy Smith after 20 minutes.

Jamie Jones in goal, Elliot Omozusi, Forbes, Ben Chorley and Charlie Daniels across the back.

Alex Revell, Stephen Dawson, Matthew Spring, Jimmy Smith and Dean Cox could make up a five-man midfield, and Téhoué is up front.

Whing, Aaron Brown, McGleish, Adam Chambers, Lee Butcher, Paul-José Mpoku and Harry Kane are on the bench.

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Half-time Sheffield Wednesday 0 Leyton Orient 0

9 Oct

 

Marcus Tudgay at Hillsborough Stadium, Sheffie...

Sheffield Wednesday player Marcus Tudgay

 

Commentary live on BBC Radio 5 live now

Orient team : 12. Lee Butcher, 2. Elliot Omozusi, 4. Ben Chorley, 6. Terrell Forbes, 7. Dean Cox, 8. Stephen Dawson (capt), 9. Scott McGleish, 10. Adam Chambers, 11. Alex Revell, 13. Charlie Daniels, 16. Matthew Spring

Sheffield Wednesday: 1. Nicky Weaver, 2. Tommy Spurr, 3. Lewis Buxton, 4. Darren Purse (capt), 7. Marcus Tudgay, 8. Tommy Miller, 14. Darren Potter, 17. James O’Connor, 21. Gary Teale, 30. Clinton Morrison, 36. Jon Otsemobor

Orient had better chances through Dean Cox and Alex Revell. Come on o’s.

Subs (available)

SW Subs: 5. Richard Hinds, 9. Paul Heffernan, 11. Daniel Jones, 23. Jermaine Johnson, 24. Chris Sedgwick, 25. Arron Jameson (GK), 33. Neil Mellor

Orient Subs: 5. Aaron Brown, 14. Ryan Jarvis, 18. Jonathan Téhoué, 19. Mike Cestor, 20. Jimmy Smith, 24. Tom Lovelock (GK), 25. James Walker

Referee: Geoff Eltringham

Orient held by Late Leeds

14 Feb

As I predicted, the LATE LATE show!!

Report and BBC highlights here

League One Ups, downs and Play-offs

2 May

The Live league table via sporting life.com

http://www.sportinglife.com/football/live/tables/cc_league1.html

Scunthorpe took the last play-off spot with a late equaliser edging out their opponents Tranmere.
Play-offs
Millwall v Leeds (saturday) Scunthorpe v MK Dons

Orient kept 14th spot with a Dean Morgan equaliser against Huddersfield and Swindon missed out after leading 2-0 at Peterborough who came back to draw.
In the relegation zone, Carlisle started well with a 7th minute goal against Millwall and held on for a 2-0 win which took them above Northampton, who had the short straw today with a trip to Eland Road which they lost 3-0. A late winner for Brighton also secured their safety.

Well done to Brentford, Wycombe and Exter for automatic promotion from League Two. The fourth from the play-offs will be Bury, Gillingham, Rochdale or Shrewsbury.

League One Final Day Scoreboard

2 May

As things stand: Carlisle winning, Brighton winning and Northampton losing. Northampton (and Crewe) will be relegated.
If Tranmere win at Scunthorpe they will replace their hosts in the last play-off spot.
Play-offs: MK Dons v Tranmere, Leeds v Millwall (as it stands)
An Orient win or draw would see us take 14th spot, but defeat could see Swindon sneak above us.

The BBC version of events before start of play:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/eng_div_2/8028397.stm

Saturday, 02 May 2009
Brighton v Stockport 1-0
Bristol Rovers v Hartlepool 4-1
Carlisle v Millwall 2-0
Crewe v Leicester 0-3
Hereford v MK Dons 0-1
Leeds v Northampton 3-0
Leyton Orient v Huddersfield 1-1
Peterborough v Swindon 2-2
Scunthorpe v Tranmere 1-1
Southend v Cheltenham 2-0
Walsall v Oldham 1-2
Yeovil v Colchester 0-2

Leyton Orient v Huddersfield – Final Score

2 May

Leyton Orient 1 Dean Morgan 64
Huddersfield 1 Andy Booth 24

L Orient: Jones, Purches, Mkandawire, Spence, Daniels, Smith, Morgan, Thornton, (Terry) Demetriou, McGleish, Gray (Jarvis)
Unused Subs: Morris, Saah, , Melligan,

Huddersfield: Eastwood, Kelly, Nathan Clarke, Butler, Williams, Pilkington, Tom Clarke, Collins, Roberts, Booth, Cadamarteri.

Subs: Holdsworth, Craney, Flynn, Goodwin, Ainsworth.

Millwall v Leyton Orient – FINAL SCORE

25 Apr

Millwall 2 Alexander 70, 87
Leyton Orient 1 Church 46
Penalty miss by Scott McGleish after 9 minutes.

Millwall: Forde, Dunne, Whitbread, Craig, Frampton, Henry, Abdou, Bolder, Martin, Alexander, Price.

Subs: Pidgeley, Harris, Grabban, Barron, Laird.

Leyton Orient: Jones, Purches, Mkandawire, Spence, Smith, Daniels, Terry, Morgan, Thornton, McGleish, Church.

Subs: Morris, Saah, Melligan, Wayne Gray, Demetriou

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