Cuthbert pens fresh O's deal

Scott Cuthbert has signed a new deal with Leyton Orient, but Lee Cook and Martin Rowlands are among those to be released.

Last Updated: 30/04/13 at 17:37

Scott Cuthbert: Commits to Leyton Orient

Scott Cuthbert: Commits to Leyton Orient

Centre-half Cuthbert, 25, has made more than 50 appearances for the O's despite missing this season's run-in with a fractured metatarsal, and put pen to a two-year contract.

The club have also offered new deals to defenders Romain Vincelot and Elliot Omozusi and striker David Mooney.

But they are the only four players who will be out of contract in the summer to be offered fresh terms.

Former QPR duo Cook and Rowlands will be released along with utility man Leon McSweeney, striker Charlie MacDonald, goalkeeper Lee Butcher and midfielder Jimmy Smith, who scored in Orient's final-day 1-1 draw against Oldham.

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