Former Forest Green manager Mark Cooper is leading the way alongside one or two other names for the next Leyton Orient manager and odds are at 4/1 to see him take the role.
Cooper left Forest Green this year after he was sacked by the club following five historic years with them, where he oversaw promotion to the Football League for the first time in the club's history. This has caught the attention of many managerial vacancies around the Football League now, and with Leyton Orient still managerless as the season ended, Cooper could well move right back into management.
Orient finished 11th in the League Two table, five places below where Cooper helped Forest Green finish this campaign, so it's clear to see why he is favoured for Leyton Orient's next manager. Having worked all around the Football League and non-league, the Englishman left Forest Green with 101 wins from 255 games and at 4/1, he could be on his way to London.