Former Charlton midfielder links up with Leyton Orient

15:38 10 July 2014

Bradley Pritchard has signed a two-year deal at Leyton Orient. Pic: Daniel Hambury/EMPICS Sport

Bradley Pritchard has signed a two-year deal at Leyton Orient. Pic: Daniel Hambury/EMPICS Sport


Leyton Orient have completed the signing of former Charlton Athletic midfielder Bradley Pritchard on a two-year deal.

The 28-year-old is the second summer signing for the O’s following on from goalkeeper Adam Legzdins, but is the first following the appointment of new chairman and owner Francesco Becchetti earlier this week.

Pritchard spent three years with the Addicks, initially signing from non-league side Hayes & Yeading United in 2011.

But he only featured 20 times for the Championship outfit last season, with his last appearance being the goalless draw with Millwall on March 15.

In total he made 89 appearances and scored four goals at the Valley, and was part of their League One promotion-winning side in his first full season at the club.


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