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HESSENTHALER: 'I know where the club wants to be'

15 June 2016

Hessenthaler reflects on appointment and recent signings

Leyton Orient manager Andy Hessenthaler is keen for the O's to make amends for last season and help the O's  secure promotion

The O's just missed out on the play-offs last term, finishing eighth, and the 50-year-old believes the sole target has to be a return to League One.

Speaking in his first interview since being appointed as first team manager on a permanent basis, Hessenthaler discussed the recent signings of Josh Doherty, Robbie Weir, Gavin Massey and Callum Kennedy, as well as the appointment of Andy Edwards as his assistant.

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