Goalkeeper keen to build on positive first half showing against DoncasterOrient goalkeeper Alex Cisak is eager for the O's to take the positives from last weekend's showing against Doncaster into the trip to Crawley Town tomorrow.
The O's first half performance against the league leaders belied the gap in the league table, and while Orient ultimately lost out, the Aussie shotstopper is keen to take that positive into this weekend.
Cisak was delighted to be back involved for the first time since the 2-0 loss at Mansfield Town back on January 28, and admitted his frustration at watching on from the sidelines.
The 27-year-old is part of a tight-knit Goalkeeper's union at the O's alongside Charlie Grainger and Sam Sargeant, with all three goalkeepers keen to offer tips and advice to the whoever is in between the sticks.
The Aussie is also wary of the threat former O Dean Cox will pose, but admits they can ill-afford just to focus on his performance.
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