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The East London Football Podcast

PUBLISHED: 13:00 24 May 2019

The East London Football Podcast

The East London Football Podcast

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On a special edition of the East London Football Podcast, and the final episode of the season, we take a look back at Leyton Orient's memorable campaign.

The O's rounded out the term last weekend with disappointment in the Buildbase FA Trophy final, losing 1-0 to Vanarama National League rivals Fylde at Wembley Stadium.

Justin Edinburgh's men were consigned to a defeat in their final game of the term courtesy of Danny Rowe's second-half free-kick for the Coasters.

Success on Sunday would have seen the Breyer Group Stadium club complete a rare non-league double, having won the National League title last month.

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Orient saw off the challenge from the likes of Salford City and Solihull Moors to finish top of the pile.

That allowed the O's to secure a return to the EFL following a two-year exile after relegation from League Two in 2017.

Edinburgh is already beginning to shape his squad, having released four members of his title-winning team this week and placing another on the transfer list.

All this, plus a brief look at the Step 1-6 allocations for the 2019-20 season, is discussed on this week's East London Football Podcast.

Host Ned Keating is joined by George Sessions and Jacob Ranson to give their take on an epic season for Orient.

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