Leyton Orient Football Club epitomises what is almost a forgotten part of the footballing world. Playing in the English fifth tier they are a club outside the Football League, EFL. At this level there is little in the form of luxury. Players earn a good wage but worlds apart from the stars of the Premier League. At clubs in the National League tickets are affordable, players are approachable, greasy food is plentiful and beer, like the chorus from the terraces, is ever-flowing.
This project captures the highs and the lows of a match day. How journeys which start off merry can descend into what seems like a life sentence when you realise that you are only three hours through your fourteen hour round trip to Barrow-in-Furness on a Tuesday night. The feeling of angst when watching your team under perform and lose to lesser opposition, and then ultimately the joy of watching your top striker score a last minute winner to end his goal drought and restore the clubs position at the top of the table.