December 5 2013 Latest news:
There’s quite an atmosphere around Leyton Orient at the moment, as evidenced by new striker Robbie Simpson rapping for his team mates in an Indian restaurant.
Orient players raised £2,140 for their Movember efforts – but most of the moustaches have now gone.
Orient striker David Mooney has been nominated for the League One player of the month award for the second time this season.
New Palace boss Tony Pulis celebrated his first game in charge at Selhurst Park by grabbing all three points against the Hammers
Dagenham & Redbridge’s Zavon Hines has been shortlisted for the League Two player of the month award for November following some outstanding displays.
Hammers defender George McCartney made his first league start in over a year on Saturday, but it could have been a disaster rather than a triumph
It’s up there with the best goal he’s ever scored - that’s the opinion of Orient midfielder Dean Cox on his wonder goal which rescued a point against Sheffield United.
Dagenham & Redbridge manager Wayne Burnett believed he witnessed his side’s worst ever performance since he took over the job, despite the 2-0 home win over Wycombe Wanderers yesterday.
Orient boss Russell Slade was delighted with the character shown by his players as they returned to the top of League One.
League One: Leyton Orient 1-1 Sheffield United
The battling Hammers manage a double Cole delivery as both Carlton and Joe score against Fulham
League Two: Dagenham & Redbridge 2 Wycombe Wanderers 0
Sam Allardyce has ordered Joe Cole to put his frustration to one side and think about the team after his angry reaction to being substituted in last week’s 3-0 defeat by Chelsea.
Sam Allardyce admits Kevin Nolan’s scoring drought has hurt West Ham this season but he insists he won’t consider dropping his misfiring skipper.
A return to home soil against Sheffield United is just what the doctor ordered, according to Orient boss Russell Slade.
League Two preview: Dagenham & Redbridge v Wycombe Wanderers
West Ham have received a welcome injury boost with news that striker Andy Carroll will return to training next week.
Manager Sam Allardyce admits West Ham are already “very active” in the transfer market as they prepare to bolster their striking options in January.
»Redbridge bounced back from a disappointing league draw on Saturday to defeat Brightlingsea Regent in the Essex Senior Cup on Tuesday night.
Daggers defender Brian Saah feels his side need to start keeping some clean sheets on a regular basis – otherwise their solid start could be wasted.
Ilford will have to do without assistant boss Kevin Head for the foreseeable future as he deals with a heart complaint.
A former nurse who worked for more than 40 years has turned around a “flagging” Newbury Park patient group.
A delivery driver who has been in the job for less than two weeks has been hailed a hero after shimmying up a drainpipe to rescue a customer’s baby.
A community-minded student who strives to give pupils “the confidence to be who they are”, has been nominated for an award.
Looking after the family can often mean mums and dads are left doing all the little things that go unnoticed in the home, from tidying bedrooms, to doing the washing, even down to being the one left to change the empty toilet roll tube and restoring the bathroom to its former order.