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Leyton Orient Paper Review

24 November 2014

What the press made of the heavy London defeat

The Sentinel
CHRIS Dagnall was the difference at the Matchroom Stadium as Crewe went down 4-1 at Leyton Orient.
Dagnall scored one and created three and despite Anthony Grant ending a more than five hour wait for a goal, the hosts proved too strong.
Dagnall – who scored twice on his Os debut at Gresty Road in January – made the first for Gianvito Plasmati, scored the second and was instrumental in the third scored by Dean Cox and fourth scored by David Mooney.

The Chronicle
CREWE Alex sunk back to the bottom of League One when they were soundly beaten at fellow strugglers Orient on Saturday.
The scoreline did not reflect general play but served to cruelly highlight again the Alex's lack of cutting edge.
Midfielder Anthony Grant's second-half scorcher was their first goal in 315 minutes of football.
But it was scant consolation, as a brilliant performance from Os striker Chris Dagnall saw him score one and set up three others for Gianvito Plasmati, Dean Cox and David Mooney.
It was Orient's first home league win of the season and, after a mini-rival, makes it five games without a win for the Railwaymen.

East London Guardian
Two hundred and ten days after their last home league win, Leyton Orient have won at Brisbane Road again, beating Crewe Alexandra 4-1 to give Mauro Milanese his first home league win as O’s boss.
Gianvito Plasmati headed the O’s into a 23rd-minute lead before the imperious Chris Dagnall added a second ten minutes before half time.
Dean Cox then grabbed the third after the re-start, but Crewe hit back via Anthony Grant. With four minutes remaining, substitute David Mooney finally sealed the points from close range.
Two hundred and ten days after their last home league win, Leyton Orient have won at Brisbane Road again, beating Crewe Alexandra 4-1 to give Mauro Milanese his first home league win as O’s boss.
Gianvito Plasmati headed the O’s into a 23rd-minute lead before the imperious Chris Dagnall added a second ten minutes before half time.
Dean Cox then grabbed the third after the re-start, but Crewe hit back via Anthony Grant. With four minutes remaining, substitute David Mooney finally sealed the points from close range.

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