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Orient boss Slade is in the clear

17:45 08 November 2012

Orient boss Russell Slade Pic: Simon O

Orient boss Russell Slade Pic: Simon O'Connor

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No further action after MK Dons rumpus

Orient manager Russell Slade will not face any disciplinary action after being sent to the stands by referee Robert Lewis just before the end of last night’s game at MK Dons

With Orient pressing for a leveller Slade was sent from the touchline after contesting a decision with the official.

After the game Slade said: “I just asked him what it was for and all he has got is I’m visually frustrated. He can’t send me off for that. I’m not having that.”

And Slade confirmed today: “I spoke to them afterwards and there will be no further action.”

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