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Leyton Orient v Walsall Team News

28 Sep
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Leyton Orient boss Russell Slade is likely to name the same side that beat Brentford 1-0 on Friday.

French striker Jonathan Tehoue remains the only absentee as he is still sidelined with an ankle injury.

You can listen to the game and updates via the  BBC London website…

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A terrace song for Jonathan Tehoue

8 Mar

Te-Ho!

(Te Ho) (2x)

I got (I got) shivers (shivers),
When you touch my face,
I’ll make you hot,
Get all you got,
I’ll make you wanna say

(Te Ho) (2x)

I got (I got) fever (fever),
Running like a fire,
For you I will go all the way,
I’m gonna take you higher (Jai Ho)
I keep it steady
‘Cause steady is how I deal it.
This beat is heavy, so heavy,
You gonna feel it.

(Te Ho) You are the reason that I breathe,
(Te Ho) You are the reason that I still believe,
(Te Ho) You are my destiny (my destiny),
Te Ho! Oh-oh-oh-oh!

(Te Ho) No there is nothing that can stop us,
(Te Ho) Nothing can ever come between us,
(Te Ho) So come and dance with me,
Te Ho! Oohh oh

Catch me, catch me, catch me, come on catch me,
I want you now,
I know you can save me, come and save me,
I need you now.

I am yours forever, yes, forever,
I will follow,
Anywhere ‘n’ any way,
Never gonna let go.

(Te Ho) (2x)

Escape (escape) away (away),
I’ll take you to a place,
This fantasy of you and me,
I’ll never lose the chase. (Te Ho)

Yeaahhhh (Te Ho) Yeaahhhh

I can (I can) feel you (feel you),
Rushing through my veins,
There’s an ocean in my heart,
I will never be the same.

(Te Ho)

Just keep it burnin’, yeah baby,
Just keep it comin’, (Jai Ho)
You’re gonna find out, baby,
I’m one in a million.

(Te Ho) You are the reason that I breathe (that I breathe),
(Te Ho) You are the reason that I still believe (I still believe),
(Te Ho) You are my destiny (my destiny),
Te Ho! Oh-oh-oh-oh!

(You and me, it’s destiny)

(Te Ho) No there is nothing that can stop us,
(Te Ho) Nothing can ever come between us,
(Te Ho) So come and dance with me,
Te Ho! Oohh oh

Catch me, catch me, catch me, come on catch me,
I want you now,
I know you can save me, come and save me,
I need you now.

I am yours forever, yes, forever,
I will follow,
Anywhere ‘n’ any way,
Never gonna let go.

(Te Ho) Yeeeaaahh, (Te Ho) Yeeeaaahh, (Te Ho)

I need you,
Gonna make it,

(Te Ho)

I’m ready,
So take it!

(Te Ho) You are the reason that I breathe (I breathe),
(Te Ho) You are the reason that I still believe (I still believe),
(Te Ho) You are my destiny (my destiny),
Te Ho! Oh-oh-oh-oh!

(Te Ho) No there is nothing that can stop us (that can stop us),
(Te Ho) Nothing can ever come between us,
(Te Ho) So come and dance with me,
Te Ho! Oohh oh

(You and me, it’s destiny)

(Te Ho!)

Baila baila!

Baila baila!

(Te Ho!)

Baila baila!

Te Ho!

Tranmere 2 Leyton Orient 1

20 Feb

Disappointing to lose first game of 2010. Full reaction here tomorrow.

January 2010 Review of the Month – Part 2

12 Feb

Ok, the real stuff following yesterdays tongue in cheek ‘review’ to the beginning of the year (Yeah – it was a ‘P’ take!!)

The Yeovil Town and Bristol Rovers home games were rearranged, plus a visit to near neighbours Charlton Athletic.
In recent years with attendances dropping and atmosphere sucked out of Brisbane Road, losing at home has become as regular as John Terry’s management team trying to flog off a tour of Chelsea’s training ground.
And after not playing for three weeks, the game against Yeovil could have gone either way. We took an early lead through Tammy, and Scott McGleish added a second 11 minutes from time.
I’m told there were impressive first starts for loanees Nicky Adams and Matthew Briggs, plus signing to the end of the season Jonathan Tehoue came on for the last fifteen minutes.
The win moved Orient out of the relegation zone, up two places to 18th.
Next up was an altogether more tougher trip across London on a Monday night to unbeaten at home, unbeaten in 14 games, 2nd place Charlton Athletic who were looking to go joint top on points with Leeds and Norwich.
Only a mad man could really expect Orient to take anything from this match, but it was live on Sky Sports, and just occasionally Orient do raise themselves for the big occasion (Portsmouth, Fulham, Oxford, Notts Forest away).
Charlton started the better of the two teams, but never really threatened the goal. Orient started more positively in the second half and took the lead with a Scott McGleish header after good work from Nicky Adams and Charlie Daniels down the right. Just two minutes later Ryan Jarvis had a shot hit the post with the keeper beaten and that could have wrapped it up for Orient. Tehoue came on again and impressed as Orient held on for a famous victory.
Carlisle away looked like Orient falling back into bad habits, after the Lord Mayors show if you will, and fell 2-0 behind in the first on their longest trip of the season. But a battling second half performance saw Jarvis pull one back in the 58th minute, and levelled when Danny Livesey headed into his own net in trying to clear a Jarvis header.
In the 90th minute Livesey cleared off the line from Nicky Adams to deny Orient what would have been an amazing victory.

Orient started the month in the relegation zone with 3 postponements because of the weather, but the three games they did play in January saw 2 wins and a draw, 7 points, Goal difference of 5-2, and moved up to 18th.
(And better things to come with the first game of February v Bristol Rovers!!)

Geraint Williams One Year On

8 Feb

W 18 D 11 L 17 F61 A62 Pts 65

Compared with 10 wins, 35 goals and 42 points from Lingy’s final 46.

Thanks to Rambling Man for the stats.
The highlights, starting from last season:_
* An improvement in home form, accruing enough points to stay up
* Nine wins in first fifteen games
* Loan signing of Simon Church
* 6-1 demolition of Newcastle United (albeit in a friendly)
* 1-0 win away win over Charlton
* Signing of Jonathan Tehoue and loan of Nicky Adams
* Unbeaten run of 5 games so far in 2010.

A small list at the moment, but the main factor was of course avoiding relegation last season, and making a good start to the second part of this season to drag us clear again from the dreaded R word.

The blog is back

7 Feb

Well, it’s been a while since I put much here, I started tweeting more, but I’ve spent today putting down some content for the rest of the month, here’s a sneak preview of what’s coming soon.

Jabo Jabo Jabo
Geraint Williams One Year On
January Review Part 1
January Review Part 2
Match Preview v Leeds
Pre/post Coverage of Leeds match
Yours For A Fiver
What A Difference A Week Makes
Footballs Unanswered Questions
Jonathan Tehoue Tribute Song
Leyton Orient and fans on Twitter
Are You Watching Ferguson?

Around 8 of the above are in the bag already, so two to be worked on, and more to be laid down, time permitting.

Keeping up with writing match reports is hard, and available elsewhere, so I will go for a different angle for a while and see what develops. The blog (and Twitter feed) started around a year ago, and coincided with a return to form for the team (under Geraint Williams after the departure of Martin Ling) so now is a good time to get back on the blog after recent results.
Suggestions to further non-match related stuff welcome!

Up the O’s

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