A brief glimpse into the past

HIGHLIGHTS: Swindon Town 1-1 Leyton Orient
HIGHLIGHTS: Swindon Town 1-1 Leyton Orient

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"It's strange not to be scoring a worldie!" | Paul Smyth on Swindon Town 1-1 draw
"It's strange not to be scoring a worldie!" | Paul Smyth on Swindon Town 1-1 draw

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"We were totally dominant." | Wellens on 1-1 draw at Swindon Town
"We were totally dominant." | Wellens on 1-1 draw at Swindon Town

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Saidou Khan post Leyton Orient (H)
Saidou Khan post Leyton Orient (H)

Khan gives us his reaction, following playing his part in a well-fought 1-1 draw with Leyton Orient in the EFL Sky Bet League Two.



Scott Lindsey post Leyton Orient (H)
Scott Lindsey post Leyton Orient (H)

The Town Gaffer sat down with the local press, following a 1-1 draw in The Sky Bet EFL League Two against Leyton Orient.



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Team, Place & City Details

Leyton Orient F.C.

Leyton Orient Football Club is a professional football club based in London, England, who compete in EFL League Two, the fourth tier of the English football league system. They are the second oldest football club in London to play at a professional level, and are known to their fans by their nickname "the O's".

List of Leyton Orient F.C. seasons

This is a list of all the seasons played by Leyton Orient Football Club in English football. The club was formed in 1881 as Glyn Cricket Club, and started a football section named Orient Football Club in 1888.

Gillingham F.C.

Gillingham Football Club is a professional association football club based in the town of Gillingham, Kent, England. The only Kent-based club in the Football League, the "Gills" play their home matches at the Priestfield Stadium.

List of Gillingham F.C. seasons
List of Gillingham F.C. seasons

Gillingham Football Club is an English association football club originally formed in 1893 under the name New Brompton F.C. The club adopted its present name in 1913, and played in the Southern League until 1920, when that league's top division was absorbed into the Football League as its new Division Three. The "Gills" were voted out of the league in favour of Ipswich Town at the end of the 1937โ€“38 season, but returned 12 years later, when that league was expanded from 88 to 92 clubs.

List of Gillingham F.C. players
List of Gillingham F.C. players

Gillingham Football Club is an English professional association football club based in Gillingham, Kent, playing in Football League One, the third level of the English football league system, as of the 2018โ€“19 season. The club was formed in 1893 as New Brompton F.C., a name which was retained until 1912, and has played home matches at Priestfield Stadium throughout its history.

List of Gillingham F.C. players (25–49 appearances)
List of Gillingham F.C. players (25โ€“49 appearances)

Gillingham Football Club is an English professional association football club based in Gillingham, Kent, playing in Football League One, the third level of the English football league system, as of the 2018โ€“19 season. The club was formed in 1893 as New Brompton F.C., a name which was retained until 1912, and has played home matches at Priestfield Stadium throughout its history.

2009โ€“10 Gillingham F.C. season

Gillingham return to League One for the 2009โ€“10 season after being promoted from League Two the previous season.

Leyton Orient W.F.C.

Leyton Orient Women F.C. is a women's football team based in Leyton, an inner city district in east London in England. The team compete in the Greater London Women's Football League , in division 2 .

List of Gillingham F.C. managers
List of Gillingham F.C. managers

Gillingham Football Club is an English association football club originally formed in 1893 and known until 1913 as New Brompton F.C. The first man to hold a role equivalent to what is today referred to as a manager was William Ironside Groombridge, who was appointed as club secretary in June 1896 and quickly expanded the role to cover all aspects of team and club administration. Apart from two two-year spells when the club opted to appoint a full-time team manager to allow Groombridge to concentrate solely on club administration, he fulfilled the dual roles of secretary and manager until after the First World War.

List of Gillingham F.C. records and statistics
List of Gillingham F.C. records and statistics

Gillingham Football Club is an English professional association football club based in Gillingham, Kent, playing in League One, the third level of the English football league system, as of the 2019โ€“20 season. The club was formed in 1893 as New Brompton F.C., a name which was retained until 1913, and has played home matches at Priestfield Stadium throughout its history.

Gillingham School
Gillingham School

Gillingham School is a coeducational school situated in Gillingham in North Dorset, England. Gillingham Grammar School can trace its foundation back to 1516.

List of Gillingham F.C. players (1–24 appearances)
List of Gillingham F.C. players (1โ€“24 appearances)

Gillingham Football Club is an English professional association football club based in Gillingham, Kent, playing in Football League One, the third level of the English football league system, as of the 2018โ€“19 season. The club was formed in 1893 as New Brompton F.C., a name which was retained until 1912, and has played home matches at Priestfield Stadium throughout its history.

Gillingham Fair fire disaster

The Gillingham Fair fire disaster took place on 11 July 1929 in Gillingham, Kent, England, when a firefighting demonstration went wrong, and resulted in the deaths of 15 men and boys.