After a slow start to the season with a team painfully short on goals, and after a battle against relegation in 2011/12, Leyton Orient recovered superbly to mount a play-off challenge with some long unbeaten runs during this season. The talismanic Kevin Lisbie was central to the achievements, and despite at times having great consistency, they never managed to enter the play-off places. Russell Slade deserves immense credit for that, and some experienced players who have played at a higher level in Lee Cook, Martin Rowlands and Lisbie helped them secure a lofty finish similar to that of two years ago. 2011/12 was a very unusual season as it took Orient so long to win a single match before they managed an impressive run of form in mid-season and going back into their shell for the remainder. 2012/13 was another slow start, with goals at a premium. I saw the match vs Brentford where they won 1-0 in a game where they created very little, not to mention that the goal was offside. That was the second of three successive wins but a poor run followed before they finally started to move up the League One table with six wins in seven between November and December. From then on, Orient were tremendous, and defeats were rare. The only disappointment after Christmas really was the failure to reach the final of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy, losing unexpectedly to League Two Southend. Otherwise since the end of February they've only lost two matches, against struggling sides, ironically. But overall it was very successful. The only other thing to say concerns the Olympic Stadium. Is it likely that Orient will at least share it?