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The O’s head coach has a nice selection headache ahead of hosting the National League leaders

Winger reflects on his time at the club and how good it is to see loyal staff happy

Jamaican has called time on his international career and is aiming to achieve success at Brisbane Road

If anyone deserved a second chance at O’s it was McAnuff and he is ready to deliver on and off the pitch and I’d back him to do so!

McAnuff will offer a huge amount on the pitch, but his presence off it could be just as important to the club

Jobi returns to Orient

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Experienced winger departs Stevenage and moves to Brisbane Road on a free transfer

O’s re-sign Mooney

Friday, June 30, 2017

Striker back at O’s for a second spell

O’s set to take on a Tottenham Hotspur XI and Arsenal XI during July, but Reading cancel proposed friendly

When you take a closer look at Orient’s expected pre-season opposition, you can see the thinking behind it

More than 2,000 books were up for grabs when Morpeth Secondary held its free ‘giveaway’ book day.

Two book characters called ‘Mr Bump’ and ‘Little Miss Princess’ turned up in east London to deliver a huge donation of books to Bethnal Green schoolchildren to inspire them to love reading.

Loan striker has struggled for game time since moving to Brisbane Road from Stevenage in January

The fans favourite was back at Brisbane Road last Saturday helping out his old club and has praised the likes of Myles Judd and the other teens at O’s

Hammers manager Slaven Bilic’s side get kick up the backside they needed

Survivors of the 1996 IRA bombing at Canary Wharf in east London are to stage a mass lobby of MPs after the Government killed off the First Reading of a Parliamentary bill that could release funds for compensation.

Forward eyes home comforts

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Stevenage striker hoping to score his first goal for O’s this evening and help them move up the League Two table

Striker made his debut on Saturday after joining east Londoners on loan from Stevenage until the end of the season

Danny Webb will be without top goalscorer Paul McCallum for his first match as manager

Billericay Town boss believes ex-Reading striker can make his mark at Brisbane Road if given a regular run of games

Orient bring in Liburd

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Former Billericay Town striker agrees deal at Brisbane Road until the end of the season

Hockey Super 6s to be streamed live

Saturday, January 28, 2017

England Hockey reveal link with Facebook and UNILAD

A round-up of the latest news from the Wapping hockey club

Defroand earns GB hockey call-up

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Former Coopers pupil joins Olympic champions on path to Tokyo

Teenagers are volunteering as reading ‘buddies’ for primary schoolchildren in London’s East End as a way of building self-confidence and giving something back to their deprived communities.

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