Former Port Vale manager Micky Adams is the bookies’ favourite to take over as the next Leyton Orient manager.
Orient manager Russell Slade handed in his resignation last week after the League One club rejected an approach from Cardiff City for his services.
Adams stood down as Vale boss earlier this month following six straight defeats. He guided Vale to promotion from League Two in 2013 and took the side to ninth in League One last season.
Rob Page is currently the interim manager at Vale Park and has guided the side to a win and a draw in his two games in charge.
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