Midfielder Nigel Atangana admits the home form has to improve if we are to challenge towards the top of League Two this season.
The O’s have won just one home league game this season ahead of Crewe Alexandra’s visit tomorrow, and while disappointed with their recent showings at home, the Frenchman hopes to build on last weekend’s confidence-boosting win at Hartlepool United.
The 26-year-old cannot put a finger on why they home form is in stark contrast to that of their results away from the Matchroom Stadium, but knows the only way to move forward and progress is to start picking up three-point hauls at home.
Atangana returned to the team for the 2-1 loss last time out in E10 against Luton Town following injury and the midfielder is eager to havea positive impact on the team in their bid to move up the League Two table.
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