Leyton Orient appoint Carl Fletcher as new head coach

Leyton Orient have appointed Carl Fletcher because their new head coach until the conclusion of the 2020/21 year old on a deal.
Ross Embleton was at cost of the Os following promotion-winning director Justin Edinburghs tragic death in the summer, but resigned from the character in September.
At which he had been the loan supervisor fletcher stems from Premier League club Bournemouth.
The managed Plymouth Argyle between 2013 and 2011, guiding the team to League Two security in his only senior managerial role.
Fletcher rejoined Bournemouth in 2014, a team where hes spent eight years as a player, to handle the U18s before subsequently taking charge of the U23s.
Orient direct of soccer Martin Ling said:The board moved through the interview process by Carl and he kept coming out . He has leadership abilities, he had as a captain of several teams he was at incorporating his nation. All that we were looking for, he ticked every box.
Everyone we talked to said what we wanted to hear. We talked at Bournemouth to Stephen Purches we had people talk to Eddie Howe and Charlie Daniels.
We talked to a few players who played at Plymouth as well as the people at board level at Bournemouth and each of them said the exact same thing – they think hes going to earn a top-class football manager.
Embleton will go back to his place of assistant trainer while Danny Webb will return to his function in group development coach and Jobi McAnuff will continue in his part of player/coach.
Chairman Nigel Travis added:Were thrilled to welcome Carl Fletcher to the Club. Carl brings the contemporary abilities, plenty but also in managing a football team at AFC Bournemouth throughout the last seven years.
I need to thank Ross Embleton for the exceptional job hes done filling the difference through the last several months. He has handled the situation with a skill and also a sensitivity that few could match. Moreover, wed love to thank Danny Webb and Jobi McAnuff for their contributions at a very tough time following Justins passing
Orient are in place in League Two with four wins from their opening 13 games. Their next game comes off to Grimsby on Saturday.

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