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Orient News Network – Sunday = Jarvis, Brown and Match Report

28 Nov

Ryan Jarvis joins Northampton on loan (BBC.co.uk)

Peterborough 2 Leyton Orient 2 – match report – as it happened (leytonorient.com)

On loan Brown has Peterborough’s Boyd to thank for penalty save – (Newham Recorder)


Leyton Orient Latest Links!!

19 Oct
The Leyton Orient Crest

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Not players, but general news…

The Leyton Orient fans Trust  AGM will be held in the supporters club on Thursday for members. Details from the LOFT website.

If your having a Christmas Party, the Olympic or gallery Bar in the West Side are available to hire for FREE!

The reserves remained unbeaten with a Ryan Jarvis goal securing a draw with Brentford in a game where Nigel Quashie played for the O’s

You can bring a friend for free to the Rochdale game

Swindon away tickets cheaper in advance. Details here

Spurs youngster could stay after weekend

Two in, One out for Orient ahead of Huddersfield game

10 Sep

James Walker is back!!
He was last seen in an Orient shirt scoring the final goal in stoppage time of the amazing 5-2 at Millwall, and last seen at Brisbane Road scoring in stoppage time of while Kevin Nugent was caretaker manager (inbetween Ling and Geraint Williams).

Andy Frampton has come in from Millwall on loan to solve the left back problem, while Adrian Patulea has gone out on loan to Hayes & Yeading… (found his level?)
If Walker comes on as sub tomorrow, I’d recommend not leaving early to beat the traffic…

With Ryan Jarvis, the hat-trick hero of that Tuesday night 5-2 win at Millwall also back at Orient for his second spell, we only need to re-sign Gary Alexander (who left Millwall to join Brentford at the start of the season) to reunite all the goalscorers of that incredible night…

And another match preview from the caughtoffside website here

What A Difference A Week Makes

16 Feb

July 18th 2009 – Darlington 2 Newcastle United 7

July 25th 2009 – Leyton Orient 6 Newcastle United 1

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!!)

L.Orient banned from entering transfer market after poaching French players

14 Sep

Leyton Orient, the little known east london club who play on the site of a future supermarket and are twinned with French Giants Lorient (club motto – because they’re worth it) have been handed a world record 10 year ban in the transfer market after illegally approaching, attempting to sign, and generally poaching like eggs the cream of the French Cheese market in Calais.

Take That

Take That

Orient chairman Harry Byrne and Chief Executive Column Writer Mort Pinter acted under cover by opening a warehouse named “Eastenders” in Calais where they sold cheap booze, and English people flocked in their thousands to buy the bargains in January and August.

The scam was discoverd when a french employee, known locally as Len, revealed what his bosses were doing by inadvertedly posting information on Fraisebook and Tweeter (the french versions of Friends Re-United and Myspace)

The full list of players poached by L.Orient is as follows….

Loick Pires (brother of Robert)
Paul Thierry (brother of John Henry)
Stephane Purchase
Rianne Jarvis
Jerome Jones (gk)
Thierry Mkandawire
Jerome Ibehere
Jason Jean (JJ) Melligan
Sasha Opinell
Simone Church
Michel’ Simpson
Zinedane Zakuani
Amara Simba
Magno Vierra
That Other one from the Calais amatuer team

Manager Gerard Williams slammed FIFA and was quoted as saying “Sacre Blue” before eating an onion and crying real tears and cycling off down the louvre…

Leyton Orient 6 Newcastle United 1

25 Jul

Orient – Smith, Thornton (pen), McGleish, Mkandawire, Jarvis, Baker
Newcastle – Barton (pen)

First Half: Jones, Daniels, Purches, Chorley, Mkandawire, Thornton, Demetrious, Smith, Melligan, Patulea, Scowcroft
Second half subs (all used) : Morris (gk), Ashworth, Gilbert, Cave-Brown, Pires, Baker, Sydes, Hall, McGleish, Jarvis

Newcastle United

1st half: Krul (gk) Coloccini, Enrique, Nolan, Barton, Duff, Smith, Habib Beye, Taylor, Obafemi Martens, Gutierrez
Subs (all used) Foster (gk) Guthrie, Xisco, Geremei, Andrew Carrol, Lualua, Kadar plus two blokes off the street (sorry – unnamed squad players)

Leyton Orient took apart Newcastle United at Brisbane Road in a match which confirmed the disarray the toon army are currently suffering, and piled more gloom on owner Mike Ashley.
With no deals finalised on buying the club from Ashley, there was still no managerial appointment, and with Alan Shearer nowhere to be seen it was left to Chris Hughton and Colin Calderwood to take charge of the team and coaching.
For the East Londoners, it was their only home friendly of the season after Newcastle pulled out of a trip to Amsterdam on police advice to avoid fans clashing with Sunderland fans. The O’s were scheduled to play Luton Town the night before but pulled out of the game to entertain the geordies.
It’s possible that the relegated Johnston Paint Trophy Winners could have given the eastenders a harder game, as Orient opened the scoring after just 5 minutes from Jimmy Smith after good work by Jason Demetriou and Sean Thornton. Thornton added a second from the penalty spot on 20 minutes after Habib Beye was adjudged to have carelessly handled in the box.

Newcastle pulled a goal back through Joey Barton, also from the penalty spot and started to get back into a game, as Damian Duff and Jonas Gutierrez swapped wings, but were denied twice by superb saves by young keeper Jamie Jones from Steven Taylor and Obafemi Martens.
Just before half-time Jones made a third great save, this time from his own player Charlie Daniels, attempting to safely head the ball back to his keeper from a Newcastle corner.

For the second half many substitutes took to the field, including Geremi, LuaLua and Xisco for Newcastle, and Scott McGleish and Ryan Jarvis for Orient. McGleish, a player released by Colin Calderwood at Northampton added the crucial third goal after just five minutes with a stunning overhead kick from the edge of the box, and just a minute later Tamika Mkandawire added a fourth from a corner and seemingly killed off any hopes of a comeback from the Championship side.

If a 4-1 win against an ex Premiership side that contained 15 squad players on £50,000 a week wasn’t enough, Ryan Jarvis broke into the box and curled in a fifth, past helpless sub keeper Fraser Foster.
So 5-1, and the Brisbane Road faithful that weren’t left stunned and lost for words, celebrated by singing “we want six” “can we play you every week?” and “easy easy”
They didn’t have to wait too long. With the clock running down on 87 minutes, good work down the left by Loick Pires allowed him to slot a ball into the middle for fellow youth team product Harry Baker to place the ball into the left corner and finish the scoring on an extraordinary afternoon.

Afterwards, a cheeky Geraint Williams said “I’m a bit disappointed we didn’t keep a clean sheet”
Newcastle caretaker Chris Hughton banned all of his players from speaking to the press.

In their first pre-season friendly one week earlier the Toon had put seven past local neighbours Darlington, so may have been expecting a similar result on their trip to London, but were quite simply knocked for six by the better team on the day.

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