Leyton Orient Manager Justin Edinburgh has passed away

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Justin Edinburgh has passed away aged 49 on Saturday after suffering a cardiac arrest. He was rushed to the hospital on Monday where he passed away.

Justin Edinburgh had been the manager of The O’s, since 2017 and had guided them Back to the football league this season with 89 points and National League Championship.

Leyton Orient’s Promotion back to Football League under the Justin is documented in this series. This is just the final part of the Series. You can find the rest of the six episodes at Dream team Youtube Channel.

It featured his Legendary final promotion speech. Where he thanks his players for their performance on the field and gets the promotion party started.

This Year Salford was also part of the National league and spent big money in the league. You can read about them and League here

He had managed Northampton Town, Gillingham F.C., Newport County, Rushden & Diamonds, Grays Athletic before joining Leyton Orient.

He had played 215 games for Tottenham Hotspur and had also played for likes of Portsmouth, Southend United, and Billericay Town as a player.

He had won an FA Cup and League Cup in 1991 and 1999 respectively Tottenham Player and has also won promotion with Southend United from 4-Tier.