Orient boss Danny Webb admits he cannot fault his side’s work ethic and determination despite the 1-0 loss to Morecambe last night.
A 30-yard strike from Paul Mullin in the second period proved to be enough to take all three points for the visitors, but Webb praised the O’s never-say-die attitude and feels the team should be proud of their efforts against the Shrimps.
The 33-year-old believed the O’s dominated large spells of last night’s game without converting any of the chances that were created.
Webb was encouraged by the performance of his squad, which contained eight Academy products of the club, and praised the fans for sticking by the squad even when going a goal down.
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