Allsop departs Brisbane Road

Goalkeeper Ryan Allsop has left Leyton Orient following the end of his six-month contract at the League One club.

Last Updated: 16/01/13 at 15:11

Allsop: Turned down three contract offers

Allsop: Turned down three contract offers

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The former West Brom youth player joined the O's in July after being released by Millwall and went on to make 24 appearances for Russell Slade's side.

Orient offered Allsop a contract extension at Brisbane Road which the 20-year-old turned down.

Slade told the club's official website: "We're disappointed to be losing Ryan because we made him three offers and met every demand he made.

"He arrived at the club having never made a senior appearance and we felt we did wonders for him here."

Teenage striker Ryan Brunt has also left the club after his loan spell from Stoke came to an end.

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