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Leyton Orient fans remain in the dark after winding-up petition is dismissed

PUBLISHED: 13:30 12 June 2017

A banner at Brisbane Road reads: We want our club back

A banner at Brisbane Road reads: We want our club back

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Supporters of the Brisbane Road club react to news that chairman Francesco Becchetti has paid off four creditors from previous court appearance

Francesco Becchetti at Leyton Orient during the 2015/16 season (pic: Simon O'Connor).Francesco Becchetti at Leyton Orient during the 2015/16 season (pic: Simon O'Connor).

Leyton Orient fans were left with more questions than answers after appearing in the High Court again this morning over another winding-up petition. It was revealed that chairman Francesco Becchetti had paid off all four main creditors in full and so the winding-up petition was dismissed.

But more creditors could come forward and the intentions of the Italian remain unclear, which resulted in various O’s supporters expressing their concern about what the future holds for the National League club.


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