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Dean Cox is an attacking midfielder with Leyton Orient. Dean joined the Orient in the 2010 close season on a free transfer from Brighton and became an instant favourite with his new fans. Mainly used as a winger, Dean soon got into his stride and scored three goals in four games including one against his old club Brighton in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy. Altogether Dean scored 12 goals as the team narrowly failed to make the play offs and he also contributed a total of 22 assists. A measure of his worth was that he was voted as the Orient Player's Player of the Year.
Given the energy they exert throughout the season, you could forgive professional footballers if they spent the summer doing nothing
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On Tuesday evening Nigel Pearson controversially left Leicester City only 2 months after leading them to a great escape and
Its a shade of yellow that makes your eyes hurt and has eyebrows that can only be described as menacing.
And so farewell, Nigel Pearson.