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Terrell Forbes is an experienced central defender with Leyton Orient. Terrell began his career with West Ham, helping them to win the FA Youth cup in 1999 and joined the O's on a free transfer from Yeovil Town in the 2010 close season. It was the third time he has signed for a club managed by Russell Slade. A tough tackling defender who stands no nonsense, Terrell was a mainstay in the Orient side that almost made the League One play-offs and reached the fifth Round of the FA Cup. He also got on the score sheet twice, taking his career total of goals to three in 450 senior appearances.
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