Leyton Orient have announced Ross Embleton and Danny Webb have returned to Leyton Orient on the coaching team.

Embleton, who previously worked with the O's Centre of Excellence of Youth Development Manager, returns as the first team Assistant Coach.

Meanwhile, Webb also returns as the Youth Team Coach having held several different positions at the club between 2011 and 2017.

This included serving as first team manager for a short period of time during the 2016/17 season.

Speaking of the appointments to the club website Director of Football Martin Ling said:  “I am very happy to be able to make these appointments.

“Ross knows this Club very well. I brought him over from working with the community to come and be my youth coach when I was managing here. I always saw the talent he had as a young coach, and he has now served a good apprenticeship in terms of working at the likes of AFC Bournemouth and becoming my first team coach at Swindon Town. 

“He is someone that I know and trust, but he also has the same principles and ethos on the way I want football to be played. I like to get a togetherness within a staff unit and Ross will have a big role to play with the young players moving forward here because I feel there needs to be coaching sessions put on in the afternoon for any player that is under 21 for them to continue to learn their profession.

“Ross will work with Danny Webb to join up in the afternoons to put on coaching sessions for the under-18s and first team players aged under 21 to continue to develop them as individuals.”

This news comes after the announcements of two summer signings as David Mooney returned after two years and Joe Widdowson signed from Dagenham & Redbridge.