It was a difficult month for the O’s in November – who was the O’s standout player?
The academy graduate has developed into a key player for the O’s in recent months. His aerial ability and intelligence make him a real asset for Ross Embleton’s side.
The O’s forward worked hard throughout the month, particularly with injuries hampering the squad, and managed to come out of a bad run of form with credit. He netted against Forest Green Rovers at the end of the month.
Maguire-Drew has proved a menace with his delivery and creativity and changed the game against Forest Green Rovers after coming on as a substitute. Despite the O’s ultimately not completing an unlikely fight-back, Maguire-Drew popped up with a goal and an assist.
Injuries hampered the O’s midfielder as he started against Morecambe and made a good impact against Maldon & Tiptree as he got himself on the scoresheet, however an injury picked up in the instance forced him off.