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Leyton Orient have confirmed manager Danny Webb has resigned from his role with the League Two club.
Webb spent just two months in charge of the London outfit, which has been a turbulent time for the club.
Orient, who will almost certainly be relegated at the end of the season, have put Omer Riza in charge.
The club can confirm they have accepted the resignation of Danny Webb from his post as first team manager.
Webb took over the job on January 29, picking up two wins from his 12 games in charge, but leaves the club with immediate effect along with goalkeeper coach Martin Brennan.
Omer Riza will take over duties of first team manager until the end of the season, and his first game in charge will be Saturday’s home Sky Bet League Two game against Wycombe Wanderers. He's very determined to make sure that the team finishes the season strong and he's looking forward for the challenge.
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Leyton Orient have dismissed manager Alberto Cavasin with immediate effect after a run of six defeats on the spin.
The East London club are only one point from the foot of League Two with 18 points from 18 league fixtures this season.
Head of Fitness Alfredo Vergori and Matteo Festa have also departed the club.
Andy Edwards has been placed in charge of the first team until the end of the season, with Danny Webb promoted into the role of assistant manager.