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Leyton Gains?

Good wibble. Like many of the teams towards the top end of the League One table, Leyton Orient are little more than a tiny speck as we look the long way up from the dingy surroundings of bottom place. Defeat at Rotherham United wasn’t the end of the world, but we’re now a whole six points from safety. We’re very nearly at the point where only a defibrillator is going to keep […]

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A Load Of Old Toffee – Episode 48

A Load Of Old Toffee – Episode 48: The ALOOT team is now back after a completely undeserved mini-break – that or they have been temporarily washed away. Either way, host Steve Watkins is joined by Deano and Mark as usual to discuss the latest Boro’ events. You may think there hasn’t been a great deal to talk about with all the postponements, but you’d be a touch surprised! Everton, […]

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Thrills And Gills

Has it stopped raining? Do we actually think we might see some football this week? It’d be nice to think so – one-and-a-half weeks since the Everton game and two-and-a-half weeks since our last league game, we were starting to get withdrawal symptoms. First up now we have a fixture backlog to clear is Gillingham at the Lamex and a fixture that was originally meant to take place more than […]

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Is This One Actually Going To Happen?

If you haven’t been paying attention this January, it’s either been raining its arse off or the English Channel is now 20 miles larger than it was. Most of southern England is no longer there – submerged and no more than a British version of Atlantis, except with more Tesco Locals and rusting pimped-up Citroen Saxos. And this weekend, Boro’ are off to one of the newest islands to join […]

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Be Bop A Crewe-laa…

The year is 1956 and some fella called Gene Vincent is on the verge of making it big on the other side of the pond after dabbling with what the kids call “rockabilly”. Britain is cocking things up over the Suez Canal, the people of Australia are introduced to television (and with it, Home and Away) and Breaking Bad star Martin Jol is born. Shexy. Meanwhile, a football team in […]

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Nine Wins

Nine wins. That’s what we need. And they’re not our words, but the words of the gaffer. OK, so our Graham actually said “we need to win another 10 games to be a League One club next year“, but he said that at the beginning of the month – before we came out on top against Swindon Town. So here we are, with our rudimentary maths revealing exclusively to you […]

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