O’s boss Danny Webb admitted the 1-0 home loss to Cheltenham Town this afternoon was his most disappointing result since taken over the managerial reins.
Carl Winchester’s first half strike was enough for the Robins to pick up all three points, and Webb was left to contemplate what may have been for the second home game in succession.
Orient created a number of opportunities throughout the encounter and the 33-year-old was frustrated that the O’s were unable to convert any of those chances, and ultimately it proved costly.
Webb knows he will have to pick his side up though for the short trip to Stevenage on Tuesday, and he will be boosted by the return of club captain Nicky Hunt who served the final game of his two-match ban today.
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