Take a look at the Orient Legends in the O's LottoOrient Lotto has been big hit since its launch earlier this year. Loads of you have already signed up to Orient Lotto, which gives you the chance to win millions - and to benefit Leyton Orient Football Club at the same time.
When you play, you have to select your six numbers and then choose yourself a Orient legend too.
We've got quite a mix of players for you to choose from when it comes to the legends, who are as follows:
After signing for the Orient early 1986, Comfort spent three-and-a-half seasons with Orient, scoring 46 goals in 150 appearances.
A near ever present for the Orient, Charlton spent 3 years at the club before returning in 1958 and captaining the side to promotion to the First Division in 1962.
Lockwood moved on a free transfer to Leyton Orient where he became an integral part of the first team. In two seasons, Lockwood was named PFA Team of the Year in 1999–00 season and 2000–01 season. The long serving left back played a key part in the team that got promoted in 2006.
Grealish played his club football for the Orient from 1974 to 1979, he also represented the Republic of Ireland captaining his country 17 times, scoring 8 goals in 45 appearances.
From a young age he showed a talent for playing football, Mackie made a formidable partnership for the Orient with Gabriel Zakuani, and went down in Orient folklore by captaining the O’s to their first automatic promotion in 36 years.
Allen was noted at Orient for his versatility, able to play in defence when required, as well as being capable of scoring goals from midfield. In 1976 he broke Orient's appearance record, previously held by Arthur Wood making 473 appearances.
Cunningham joined the O’s in 1974 making 75 appearances and scoring 15 goals. He is one of the most exciting players to have ever played for Orient and later went on to play for Real Madrid.
Steve Castle played for Leyton Orient in three separate spells, amassing a total of 322 appearances for the O’s, often with the captain’s armband.
Johnston was the top scorer of Division 2 for the 1957–58 season with 43 goals for Leyton Orient and Blackburn Rovers. He went on to become Orient’s all time record goal scorer and has the South Stand named after him as a mark of his achievements for the club.
Kitchen joined the O’s in 1977, ever present in his first year at Orient he finished as the club's top scorer with 21 goals, as well as scoring seven times in the FA Cup as the club reached the semi-finals beating Chelsea and Middlesbrough along the way.
Which legend would you pick as your lucky star number?
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