Leyton Orient part ways with Fabio Liveraniby Jack Kitson / 13 May 2015, 16:07Tweet
Leyton Orient have parted ways with manager Fabio Liverani by mutual consent. The Italian, who only took charge in December, failed to keep the O's in League One, leaving his future in doubt. The two parties have since decided to take different paths, meaning the London outfit will now begin the hunt for a new boss as they prepare for life in League Two.
Back in December Liverani replaced the sacked Mauro Milanese - who lasted just six weeks in the dugout - but went on to win just eight of his 27 matches in charge of Orient, who were relegated on the final day of the season - finishing 23rd in the table - after letting a two-goal lead slip at Swindon.
The Next Leyton Orient Manager Market has yet to open up, but be sure to keep checking the link in order to keep up-to-date with all the betting at Brisbane Lane.