Leyton Orient axe Alberto Cavasin after just 10 gamesby Jack Kitson / 23 November 2016, 20:18Tweet
Leyton Orient have axed Alberto Cavasin after just 10 games at the helm.
The club's academy director, Andy Edwards, will take charge of the first team until the end of the season, with Danny Webb acting as his assistant.
Cavasin was only appointed at the start of October following the sacking of Andy Hessenthaler, but the Italian has already been given the boot - he lasted just 53 days - after registering only two victories from 10 games, as he becomes the eighth manager to leave since trigger-happy owner, Francesco Becchetti, bought the club in 2014.
Tuesday's 1-0 defeat at home to Exeter proved to be his final match in charge. The loss, which was the club's eighth in 10 games, left Orient down in 22nd in League Two, with 18 points from 18 fixtures this term.