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Leyton Orient striker David Mooney insists friendships at Stevenage will be put to one side
10:40am Friday 16th August 2013 in Sport
David Mooney insists Leyton Orient will put friendships aside this weekend when they travel to Stevenage.
The O's could be reunited with a few familiar faces after midfielder Jimmy Smith joined former Brisbane Road defender Ben Chorley at the Lamex Stadium this summer.
Mooney said: “I speak to Chorley all the time so it’s going to be interesting but I don’t think he's played yet as he is still coming back from his injury, so I’m not sure if he will be fit for next week.
“But if he plays that will be good although our friendship will be put aside for 90 minutes and hopefully we can get the better of them.”
Orient have got off to a superb start to the campaign and currently top the League One table after two wins. But it has not gone to plan for Stevenage after losing their opening league games.
The O's will have fond memories of the last two visits to Stevenage having picked up back-to-back 1-0 wins.
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