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Leyton Orient boss Russell Slade bemoaned the decision to rule out Scott Wagstaff's strike as his side lost 2-0 to Colchester.
Goals from Anthony Wordsworth and Ian Henderson either side of half-time put the visitors in control before Wagstaff's 75th minute effort was ruled out by an offside flag.
The same player forced a fine save from Colchester keeper Mark Cousins a minute later and Slade was left to ponder the missed opportunities.
Slade said: "I thought that we created the best three chances of the evening - Ryan Brunt in the first period, the Wagstaff opportunity that was taken away from us because of offside even though it was a goal, and then Dave Mooney should have buried the header towards the end.
"We've had a goal chalked off and that makes life difficult.
"We've had a couple of bad decisions in the last two games and one or two things are not quite going our way right now. It's a concern that we are not scoring goals but we should have had one."
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Goals from Anthony Wordsworth and Ian Henderson either side of half-time gave Colchester a 2-0 win against Leyton Orient at Brisbane Road.
The visitors were rewarded for their enterprising play with the opening goal after 33 minutes thanks to a quality finish from skipper Wordsworth, who was unmarked when he collected a pass from Gavin Massey and drove the ball home into bottom...
Colchester boss Joe Dunne was pleased to see his attacking policy reap rewards once again against Leyton Orient.
Goals by Anthony Wordsworth and Ian Henderson either side of half-time gave Dunne's men a 2-0 win at Brisbane Road.
Dunne celebrated his fifth win in six matches since taking over as manager and praised his players for their performance.
"I said when I took...