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Football: Lincoln 0 Leyton Orient 0.

ORIENT came away the happier after ending their losing streak despite having to defend the last ten minutes with ten men.

And with four red cards for his side in the last three games, boss Paul Brush admitted his concern over their disciplinary record.

He said: "It is worrying to have all these red cards, we were doing well with 11 and had a chance of winning. It's a good point in the end."

Alan McCormack was the latest O's villain, seeing red after a clash with Ben Futcher. Midfielder Paul Mayo went close for City.
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Sep 15, 2003
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