Odubajo set for club fine

Moses Odubajo's goalscoring exploits for Leyton Orient on Saturday could not stop him copping a club fine.

Last Updated: 14/10/13 at 13:24

Moses Odubajo: Showed up late

Moses Odubajo: Showed up late

The 20-year-old midfielder scored Orient's equaliser against MK Dons before Kevin Lisbie sealed a 2-1 win to keep them on top of the pile in League One.

But manager Russell Slade revealed: "He was late for the game thanks to the traffic around London so it will still cost him a few quid.

"He's a good player. It's difficult to pick anyone out with this group but he was excellent and stuck in a fantastic goal for us."

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