Players to turn tide
ORIENT boss Geraint Williams was delighted with his side s showing against Exeter City, despite the visitors grabbing a late leveller. I felt that the players were magnificent, he said after the game. We have spoken a lot about the last game and it s b
ORIENT boss Geraint Williams was delighted with his side's showing against Exeter City, despite the visitors grabbing a late leveller.
"I felt that the players were magnificent," he said after the game.
"We have spoken a lot about the last game and it's been a long week since we played Southend. But we came out and attacked with a good tempo and created a number of opportunities.
"We were a bit fortunate with our goal, and it evened itself out with theirs, but we had some good chances in the second half and I'm disappointed not to get all three points."
Despite Orient's current position, Williams is convinced the players will turn things around.
"We're not getting our just desserts at the moment," he said.
- 1 Local makers market coming to Barking Riverside this Christmas
- 2 Chance of snow in London this weekend
- 3 Residents without Covid jab should be challenged, senior councillor says
- 4 Barking cash and carry boss jailed for five years for money laundering
- 5 Members of Mali Boys gang jailed for supplying Class A drugs into Essex
- 6 Covid-19: How Barking and Dagenham's figures compare to last year
- 7 Man facing 'lifelong consequences' of Barking traffic cone assault
- 8 Man arrested, two taken to hospital after Dagenham crash
- 9 Met Police arrest more than 900 in London-wide knife crime op
- 10 Dagenham's injury problems building up ahead of Notts County trip
"You can go two ways when things aren't going for you. You can lie down and cry about it, or keep battling and turn the tide, and that's what these lads are trying to do.