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Justin Edinburgh rules himself out of Wimbledon job

first_imgLeyton Orient manager Justin Edinburgh has taken himself out of the race for the new manager job at AFC Wimbledon.Edinburgh was quick to downplay reports linking him with the job saying it’s simply because his current Leyton Orient team is doing well as they sit top of the National League after their 3-1 win on Saturday.The 48-year-old manager believes there is “no reason” for him to leave his current job to replace Neal Ardley who parted company with AFC Wimbledon in a mutual agreement last week with the club wallowing in 23rd position in the Sky Bet League One table.Edinburgh’s son knows the perfect way to pay tribute to his father Manuel R. Medina – July 16, 2019 The former Leyton Orient manager died last month after suffering a cardiac arrest, just some weeks after guiding his team back to the Football League.“That (the reportage) only comes from your team, the players and the football club doing well,” Edinburgh told Sky Sports.“I think it showed today that it hasn’t affected me. I’m more than happy with what I’m doing here at Leyton Orient. For me, there’s no reason to leave this football club.”last_img


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