Orient defender Jerome Binnom-Williams hopes they O’s can go a little way to making amends for a poor Easter weekend with three points at York City tomorrow.
Defeats at Accrington Stanley and at home to Hartlepool United saw the O’s suffer back-to-back league losses for the first time this season, and now sit two points out of the Play-Off places with just seven games remaining in League Two.
The Crystal Palace loanee admits now is the time to get back to basics in search of three points at relegation-threatened York City.
“We have to make it better. It was a bad weekend with losing on Friday and then Monday, but we will all be back together and it is about getting back to basics and getting the three points on Saturday,” Biinnom-Williams told Orient PlayerHD.
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