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The East London Football Podcast: More change at Leyton Orient, West Ham visit Manchester United and Dagenham & Redbridge host Barrow

PUBLISHED: 10:30 25 November 2016

Leyton Orient duo Andy Edwards and Danny Webb on the touchline during the 2-0 defeat to Plymouth Argyle (pic: Simon O'Connor).

Leyton Orient duo Andy Edwards and Danny Webb on the touchline during the 2-0 defeat to Plymouth Argyle (pic: Simon O'Connor).

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Archant’s George Sessions, Ned Keating and Matt Clemenson discuss upcoming fixtures

It has been another busy week at Leyton Orient with Alberto Cavasin leaving the club and replaced by Andy Edwards until the end of the season.

Our O’s correspondent George Sessions discusses why that is a good decision by the struggling League Two club and previews their tough fixture at Doncaster Rovers this weekend.

West Ham United's Simone ZazaWest Ham United's Simone Zaza

West Ham United make the trip to Manchester United twice this week after the heartache of Saturday’s dramatic defeat to Tottenham Hotspur.

Our Hammers correspondent Dave Evans is on holiday, but Archant reporter and West Ham fan Matt Clemenson has stepped in and believes they could pull off a surprise at Old Trafford.

Luke Guttridge of Dagenham & Redbridge and Seth Twumasi of Maidstone United (pic: David Simpson/TGS Photo)Luke Guttridge of Dagenham & Redbridge and Seth Twumasi of Maidstone United (pic: David Simpson/TGS Photo)

Dagenham & Redbridge correspondent Ned Keating reflects on an excellent week for the National League club with two victories on the road keeping them in the play-offs.

But John Still’s team face a tricky clash at home to Barrow tomorrow and we discuss why the Cumbria club will post a tough test in the second of a new regular podcast, presented by Archant London’s executive digital editor Matt Withers.


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