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Leyton Orient: journalist tweet points at lack of faith

Leyton Orient were in action tonight in the Cheackatrade Trophy, losing 1-0 to a 16th minute goal from Brighton Academy’s Richie Towell.

That result meant that the O’s went out of the competition at the group stage, the loss to the young Seagulls leaving Orient rooted to the foot of the group table with only one win from their three games, thus exiting the tournament.

Under manager Alberto Cavasin, the O’s are 23rd in Sky Bet League Two after 15 games, although in a tight table they only sit one point away from safety. However, in a tweet tonight, Sun journalist Fred Nathan hints that Cavasin may have bigger worries on his hands than merely stiching together performances and hoping to hit a seam of form.

In what appears to be a very public admittance, the unnamed player that Nathan spoke to has given his manager the dreaded vote of no confidence. However, to amplify this dissent, it isn’t just the player being spoken to by the Sun sport journalist, rather it appears that he is saying that it is a team/squad-wide affair.

The Orient are on something of a bad run of form at the moment, gaining only four points from a possible 18 over their last six games, a return that ranks them as the third worst team over the last six games with a return of only 0.67 points per game.

Should Leyton Orient’s form continue to slide and their situation at the foot of the table worsen, then Fred Nathan’s tweeted ‘loss of the changing room’ could very well intensify into something much more serious.

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