ROSS Embleton was sacked by Leyton Orient following their home defeat to Tranmere Rovers, which means they are now without a win in seven matches.
Goals from Paul Lewis, Kaiyne Woolery and Kieron Morris condemned Embleton to his final defeat in charge of the O’s, with Jamie Turley netting a consolation moments after coming on.
But with just four wins from their last 15 matches, Orient chairman Nigel Travis felt he was left with no choice but to part company with his manager.
“This was an extremely difficult decision for us to make, and one which we have done with heavy hearts,” he said.
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