REACTION: Hendon - "Unfortunately it didn't fall for us'

access_time 6 years ago

O’s Head Coach Ian Hendon admits it just didn’t quite fall for his side as their FA Cup Second Round tie with Scunthorpe United ended goalless.

Orient dominated the possession and created a number of chances, but were forced to settle for a replay against their League One counterparts.

With injuries picked up in the week during training, the O’s fielded a young bench. Both Scott Kashket and Victor Adeboyejo put in impressive shifts when called upon and the Head Coach praised the effort of Academy Director Andy Edwards

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