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Orient Manager on game at Millmoor


Leyton Orient manager, Martin Ling, preferred to focus on the positives from his team and not the fact that they let a two goal lead slip.

He told Leyton Orient's Official Site that his side have become battlers away from home and not the pushovers they were a month ago.

On the game he said 'It took us too long to find our feet yesterday.`

He also said that the visitors were fortunate with an off side decision 'after looking at Rotherham United`s disallowed goal in the first half, on video, their player was at least level when the first shot came in. We benefited from that decision.`

He also admitted 'I`d have taken a point before the game.`





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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday December 31 2006

Time: 2:46PM

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I think they were lucky too - with our disallowed goal and their 2nd which looked to be offside to me
herringthorpe
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31/12/2006 14:59:00

very lucky as i was told their second was a mile off-side
Mexbro miller
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31/12/2006 16:08:00

Funny side the O's at present.
SeasideEssexXile
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31/12/2006 19:55:00

 

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