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VIDEO: Football League review

The npower football league continued last weekend, this videos see this club among those featured.

In league one Leyton Orient slipped to a 2-0 defeat at Dagenham and this was something that Orient manager Russell Slade felt his side deserved as he was left disappointed by the display.

Following their Johnstone's Paint Trophy exit during the week Southampton were beaten again when they went down 2-0 at home against Rochdale. Southampton caretaker manager Dean Wilkins felt that on another day his side could have won so he took the positives from this.

Brentford secured their first league win of the season against table toppers Sheffield Wednesday, with Brentford manager Andy Scott relieved to get this - although he felt the results have not always matched the performances.

League two saw Bury, at Gigg Lane, win an incredible game against Gillingham 5-4. Bury manager Alan Knill reflects on this saying that he will be happy if his side keeps playing like this!

Oxford beat Morecambe 4-0 with James Constable scoring a hat-trick - his thoughts on this, and what it could mean to the rest of Oxford's season, are shared.

All this, and more, means there is plenty to view in a video that is well worth watching...

(Click the 'Football League review' in the menu to view.)





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