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Leyton Orient have sacked English manager Ross Embleton after today’s loss. The club were on a run of seven League Two games without a win.
Embleton’s sack was confirmed after The O’s were beaten 3-1 at home by promotion-chasing Tranmere on Saturday – a result that left them 14th in the table, nine points off the play-off spots.
The 39 years old English manager was first appointed following Justin Edinburgh’s death in June 2019 and later succeeded Carl Fletcher as head coach on a rolling 12-month contract in January 2020.
Leyton Orient released an official statement on their website to announce the sacking of English manager Ross Embleton.

“LEYTON ORIENT CAN CONFIRM IT HAS PARTED COMPANY WITH HEAD COACH ROSS EMBLETON FOLLOWING SATURDAY’S 3-1 DEFEAT TO TRANMERE ROVERS,” the club stated.
“Embleton leaves with the Club in 14th position in the table and following a run of seven games without a win and only four wins in its last 15 matches.
“The Club expects to make an imminent announcement regarding a successor.”

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