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Leyton Orient fan who died at game was club's ex-tannoy announcer as tributes planned

Leyton Orient have confirmed the man who died during their League One match against Lincoln City on Tuesday night was former stadium announcer Derek Reynolds.

In a statement, the club said: “Derek was a life-long O’s supporter and he lived in Osbourne Road, a short walk from the ground for many years.

“As well as being a lifelong fan, Derek was heavily involved in the club and managed the club’s tannoy system during the 1990s.”


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