Another Home Win Delights Orient Head Coach Davis

It's two wins from two home games for Leyton Orient and their head coach Steve Davis thinks things are really starting to come together.

After Tuesday's win over Solihull Moors, the O's made it back to back wins this afternoon.

They defeated Maidstone United 2-0 and their good form at Brisbane Road is adding to the feel good factor after a positive summer.

"We want to perform for the fans here and so far so good," he said.

“I am just happy to win. Whether it comes at home or away it doesn’t matter," Davis added.
"We just want to try and win every game. It won’t always happen, but we will set out to win away as much as we win at home.

“It is about getting as many points as possible to settle people down and build more confidence and get the crowd behind you and we have been able to do that in the last few.”

Orient now play Bromley away and hope to do better than their defeat to Sutton on the first day.

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