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Martin Ling Leaves Brisbane Road

Former Swindon Town favourite Martin Ling has parted company with Leyton Orient after over 5 years in charge. Like Colin Calderwood, Ling was linked to the Swindon job after the sacking of Maurice Malpas - like Calderwood he hasn't lasted long since the appointment of Danny Wilson!

Martin Ling will be remain a long term a favourite with Orient and Swindon fans because of their promotion in 2006 which saw Oxford United return home to Non League.

Cheers Lingy, good luck wherever you end up next!



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The Journalist

Writer: Nellup  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday January 18 2009

Time: 8:04PM

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SHAME TO LOOSE HIM BUT HAD TO BE DONE! COME ON ORIENT!
wickedoli5
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18/01/2009 20:33:00

Good luck to him in any future employment. He'll always be made more than welcome at the County Ground.
Shindig
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18/01/2009 21:01:00

Good luck Lingy. sounds like it was time to move on anyway.....
APG_STFC
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18/01/2009 21:11:00

Leave poor old Oxford alone, haven't they suffered enough!! :D
Boxer
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18/01/2009 21:31:00

I dont think anyone could ahve turned this team around really...
STFC_Gazza
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18/01/2009 22:27:00

Probably not, but sometimes a change of management does good, doesn't it?
Nellup
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20/01/2009 00:56:00

 

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