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Having spent just one season in the top division in the early 1960s, fans of the Os dream of a day when they'll be playing east London rivals West Ham in the Premiership. One player who played for both teams was goalkeeper Les Sealy and Orient have had their fair share of other good stoppers between the sticks over the years, including Peter Shilton and Chris Turner. Sports promoter Barry Hearn, more famous in snooker and boxing circles, became the club's chairman in 1995 when it was put up for sale for five pounds.
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