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ENGLISH LEAGUE TWO

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
22 Newport 11 12 22 45
23 Hartlepool 10 13 22 43
24 L Orient 10 6 29 36
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Crewe AlexandraCrewe Alexandra
Leyton OrientLeyton Orient
3
0
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Leyton OrientLeyton Orient
Hartlepool UnitedHartlepool United
2
1
FT
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Luton TownLuton Town
Leyton OrientLeyton Orient
2
2
FT
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Cambridge UnitedCambridge United
Leyton OrientLeyton Orient
3
0
FT
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Leyton OrientLeyton Orient
Wycombe WanderersWycombe Wanderers
0
2
FT
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Crawley TownCrawley Town
Leyton OrientLeyton Orient
3
0
FT
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Leyton OrientLeyton Orient
Doncaster RoversDoncaster Rovers
1
4
FT
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Accrington StanleyAccrington Stanley
Leyton OrientLeyton Orient
5
0
FT
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Leyton OrientLeyton Orient
Grimsby TownGrimsby Town
0
3
FT
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Newport CountyNewport County
Leyton OrientLeyton Orient
0
4
FT
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StevenageStevenage
Leyton OrientLeyton Orient
4
1
FT
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Fans vent their frustrations as Leyton Orient face up to an uncertain future

Leyton Orient fans protest on the pitch toward club owner Francesco Becchetti.

LONDON -- First came the smoke bomb, lobbed into the Leyton Orient penalty area to release plumes of red smoke into the sky. Then came the supporters. Initially it was just a handful of young men, boisterous and exuberant. Then it was almost all of the home supporters, bound together by fury, united in defiance. They had nothing to lose because everything they had has already been taken.

They did not fear the docking of points because they've hardly got any. They did not fear retribution from the...

 By PA Sport

Leyton Orient game concluded after pitch invasion protest against owner

Leyton Orient fans invaded the pitch to protest against owner Francesco Becchetti.

Colchester beat relegated Leyton Orient 3-1 in bizarre circumstances, with the last five minutes of the League Two game played in front of an empty stadium after an earlier announcement that the game had been abandoned.

The visitors had been leading 3-1 at the Matchroom Stadium when, with 85 minutes gone, around 750 fans protesting against club owner Francesco Becchetti invaded the pitch.

The supporters staged a sit-down protest, calling for Becchetti to quit and forcing the referee to bring the...

Leyton Orient 1-3 Colchester United

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Colchester UnitedColchester United
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Colchester beat relegated Leyton Orient 3-1 in bizarre circumstances, with the last five minutes played out in front of an empty stadium after an earlier announcement said the game had been abandoned.

United had been leading 3-1 when the Matchroom Stadium contest was suspended by referee Carl Boyeson after 85 minutes because of a crowd invasion involving approximately 750 people.

Orient fans staged a sit-down protest calling for owner Francesco Becchetti to quit the club, forcing the referee to bring...

Defeat at Crewe ends Orient's century-long stay in Football League

Crewe AlexandraCrewe Alexandra
Leyton OrientLeyton Orient
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Crisis club Leyton Orient's 112-stay in the Football League came to an end with a 3-0 defeat at Crewe.

First-half goals from youngsters Callum Ainley, Ryan Wintle, his first senior effort, and George Cooper eased the Cheshire side to a win and confirmed Orient's demise in front of 407 travelling fans, protesting throughout over owner Francesco Becchetti's regime.

A combination of Crewe's wastefulness in front of goal and excellent defending, particularly from Tom Parkes, kept Orient's hopes alive...

 By PA Sport

Leyton Orient players and staff still awaiting payment, seek assurances

Leyton Orient could be relegated from the Football League on Saturday.

Leyton Orient's players and staff are seeking assurances from the club's directors that they will be paid this month after releasing a statement confirming they have yet to receive their wages for March.

League Two's bottom club are in turmoil and relegation could be confirmed on Saturday, which would bring an end to a 112-year stay in the Football League.

Orient are on their fifth manager of the season in Omer Riza, have faced a winding-up petition -- adjourned last month -- and controversial Italian...