Leyton Orient announce staff changes

18:44 05 January 2015

O's boss Fabio Liverani has added winger Ryan Hedges to the squad(pic: Simon O'Connor)

O's boss Fabio Liverani has added winger Ryan Hedges to the squad(pic: Simon O'Connor)

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Boss Liverani adds trio to backroom staff at Brisbane Road.

Leyton Orient have confirmed a number of changes to their backroom staff, with both head of sports science Lee Southernwood and youth team physio Joe Sharps leaving the club.

Southernwood had been with the club since 2011, but has left by mutual consent in order to pursue further opportunities.

And hot on the heels of their departures the Brisbane Road side also announced some new arrivals to Fabio Liverani’s backroom staff.

Gianluca Romano fills the head scout role vacated by Kevin Dearden last month, while Alessandro Marmorato joins as assistant physio.

Also joining the O’s is Vito Miceli, who will act as first team liaison manager, with the Italian working with the players, coaches and admin staff.


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