Just Can’t Get Enough

Sometime, way back in history, some proper clever clogs smugly said “Time is a great healer” to some poor sod who’d just suffered a traumatic experience. And probably at the hands of the smug bastard trotting out that crap. Well we’d like to take the opportunity to place on record our feelings in this regard […]

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Galileo’s Local

Having last week travelled to an old National League foe in Tranmere, we’re on the La Bastarda heritage trail once again this weekend, making the much shorter hop to gawd blimey guv’nah, cheeky chirpy Cockney land and a meeting with Leyton Orient. Who in contrast to the mob from Birkenhead, almost certainly didn’t really accept […]

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Mitcham Stadium Mysteries

I love old stuff.  You know that. I also love a bit of local history and have always been fascinated by long-lost sporting venues so when all that comes together into something extraordinary just a few short miles the other side of Rose Hill I’m going to be salivating like Dirty Barry in Bentall’s lingerie […]

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Rumblings In Newington Butts

Orient. Let’s be honest about this shall we. If you’d said to me a couple of years back that just before Christmas 2017 we would be heading to Brisbane Road, vying for top spot in the National League to meet our newest London rivals the famous O’s in a league game I would have sent […]

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Non-League Stinks of Piss…

Orient. Now then, here’s a thing. One of the worst Saturday afternoons of my life was spent on a trip out to the old Brisbane Road sometime around 1980 to see them play Brentford. “What the fuck were you doing heading all the way to Leyton to watch some poxy lower-league fixture with Brentford for?”, […]

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Orient(al) Masters

PRE SEASON FRIENDLY Att : 438 SUTTON UNITED – 1  [Watkins 24] LEYTON ORIENT – 2  [Tudor 33. Alexander 47] With Tuesdays less than enthralling encounter, we all hoped that the visit of Leyton Orient today would lead to a stronger starting 11 and if we were really lucky, a half decent game of football. […]

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