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15 August 2019
Quiz! How many 2019/20 Football League clubs' nicknames can you recall?
Some are obvious, others baffling - it's time to test your knowledge of these sides' secondary monikers
16 July 2019
Footballers pay respects at Justin Edinburgh memorial service
Figures from the world of football joined Justin Edinburgh’s family, friends and supporters on Tuesday to remember the late Leyton Orient manager at a memorial service in Chelmsford.
20 June 2019
EFL fixture release: The main talking points
The EFL fixtures for 2019-20 were announced on Thursday morning.
9 June 2019
Justin Edinburgh: Emotional Orient players lay dugout tributes to late ‘gaffer’
Justin Edinburgh was hailed as “more than a manager” by Leyton Orient captain Jobi McAnuff as players and fans assembled at the club’s stadium to remember the late boss.
9 June 2019
Justin Edinburgh: Football fans leave tributes after Orient manager’s death
Emotional tributes have been paid to Leyton Orient manager Justin Edinburgh at the club’s ground after his death at the age of 49.
8 June 2019
Football pays tribute as Leyton Orient manager Justin Edinburgh dies aged 49
Tributes have been paid to Leyton Orient manager Justin Edinburgh, who has died at the age of 49 after suffering a cardiac arrest.
4 June 2019
Leyton Orient: Justin Edinburgh ‘receiving the best possible care’ in hospital
Justin Edinburgh is “receiving the best possible care” in hospital after being taken ill, his club Leyton Orient have announced.
3 June 2019
Leyton Orient boss Justin Edinburgh in hospital after unexpectedly falling ill
Leyton Orient boss Justin Edinburgh is in hospital after unexpectedly falling ill on Monday morning.
22 May 2019
One's Kompany: just where have all the player-managers gone?
With Vincent Kompany being appointed Anderlecht player-coach, FFT delves into the archives to explore the history of a decreasingly common phenomenon
19 May 2019
Fylde win FA Trophy as Rowe’s free-kick sees off Orient
Danny Rowe’s second-half strike proved enough as AFC Fylde beat National League champions Leyton Orient 1-0 to claim the FA Trophy at Wembley.