Last Updated: 24/01/20 8: 49 pm
Leyton Orient are to relabel their West Stand the Justin Edinburgh Stand in a homage to their late previous head train.
Edinburgh passed away last June at the age of 49, weeks after leading Orient to the National League title and also back right into the Football League.
The renaming of the stand at The Breyer Group Stadium will certainly be formally noted by his better half Kerri, and also his kids Charlie and also Cydnie in the accumulation to kick-off versus Newport County, that Justin likewise took care of to promo in 2013.
Charlie informed Sky Sports News the introduction of the stand in honour of his papa is a celebration everybody close to his family members will value for life.
“It’s amazing news and something that for us as a family means the absolute world,” he stated.
“It’s going to be a resilient [tribute to my dad] at a club that indicated a lot to him, and also to us, as a family members.
“We are definitely beaming with satisfaction and also I understand that he is going to be overlooking with a smile, ear-to- ear, no question.
“The profusion (of feeling) given that papa’s death in June – there has actually not truly been one poor word stated regarding him.
“And to see 2 of his previous club’s collaborated for this introduction of a stand in his name is something I’m going to prize – and also the family members and also our close friends will certainly prize – for the remainder of our lives,”