Leyton Orient captain David Mooney says he is tired of the “same old garbage” after the club’s winless streak was extended to six games.

The O’s lost 2-1 at Tranmere on Wednesday and have slipped from second to 17th in the National League after taking one point from a possible 18.




“It is deja vu and everyone is a bit down,” he told BBC Radio London.

“We need to become a bit more nasty, battle-hardened and streetwise and learn how to control a game.”

Orient are adapting to life in non-league after suffering relegation from League Two last season – their second relegation in three campaigns.

“We have been a big club before when we were in League One and winning every week,” Mooney, 32, added.

“I remember the great days not too long ago. I am a big believer that they are only around the corner.

“But how long is the corner? We have to start turning it soon.”

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