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O's see transfer-listed trio exit by mutual consent

PUBLISHED: 15:00 28 June 2018

Rommy Boco in action for Leyton Orient against Eastleigh during the 2017/18 National League season (pic: Simon O'Connor).

Rommy Boco in action for Leyton Orient against Eastleigh during the 2017/18 National League season (pic: Simon O'Connor).

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Jake Caprice, Rommy Boco and Christian Scales have all bid farewell to Brisbane Road

Leyton Orient have bid farewell to transfer-listed trio Jake Caprice, Christian Scales and Rommy Boco.

The three players had another year to run on the contracts they signed last summer, but have left the O’s by mutual consent today.

Scales and Boco failed to feature under Justin Edinburgh with the former not making a competitive appearance for the club.

Caprice did play 42 times for Orient, but fell out of favour in February when Orient made a move for ex-academy youngster Sam Ling.

Ling’s consistency, following his arrival from Dagenham & Redbridge, saw him secure a regularly starting berth at right-back and the one-time Woking defender Caprice was always likely to move on as a result.

Boco did initially start the season in favour with former head coach Steve Davis, but only made 18 appearances before he was not available for some months.

When he returned, the ex-Accrington Stnaley man couldn’t earn a chance under Edinburgh and will now move on to pastures new along with Scales.

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