Trio commit to O's
By James Pearson. Last Updated: January 1, 1970 1:00am
Leyton Orient have been boosted by the news that Justin Miller, Daryl McMahon and Donny Barnard have all signed new deals.
The trio have all played key roles since the turn of the year for manager Martin Ling and have penned two-year contracts with the club.
Orient, who finished a respectable 11th in League Two, will be hoping Miller, McMahon and Barnard can aid their promotion bid next term.
Miller, formerly of Ipswich, joined permanently in January while McMahon had been on non-contract terms following an impressive trial from Port Vale.
Barnard is the product of the club's academy and has amassed over 100 appearances since making his first team debut since September 2001.Meanwhile, Lee Harrison, Tom Youngs and Mark Peters have been told their deals will not be renewed and they will be released.
The players join assistant manager Ian Culverhouse out of work as Ling begins his overhaul of the squad during the close season.