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Leyton Orient’s players and full-time staff understood to have received wages for May

PUBLISHED: 09:45 02 June 2017

Leyton Orient's Brisbane Road pitch (pic: Play With A Legend).

Leyton Orient's Brisbane Road pitch (pic: Play With A Legend).

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Several contract staff have yet to receive any type of payment from the club in 2017, however, for work they carried out during the season

Leyton Orient are understood to have paid all of their players and full-time staff wages for May.

Club employees were paid late for both March and April, waiting close to four weeks before finally receiving their payment for March on April 25.

There was only a slight delay before O’s players and full-time staff received payment for April and it seems the same has occurred for May.

Some employees received their wages for May on May 30 – a day early – but now it seems all full-time staff and players have been paid.

Several contract staff have yet to receive any type of payment from the club in 2017, however, for work they carried out during the season.

They are likely to be listed as creditors on June 12 when Orient are due back in the High Court.

Former chairman Barry Hearn is also likely to be among them with Francesco Becchetti still owing rent for Brisbane Road.


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