LEYTON ORIENT fans won’t be allowed to attend their final match of the season against Blackpool.
The English Football League have backed Blackpool’s request to suspend ticket sales for away supporters for security reasons.
Orient fans have been protesting against current owner Francesco Becchetti and recently saw their last outing against Colchester delayed by two hours after supporters invaded the pitch.
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Orient’s decline was compounded when they were relegated from the Football League for the first time in 112 years.
Blackpool fans have also held strong protests against their owners, the Oyston family, 0ver their running of the club.
And the EFL revealed they supported Blackpool’s request to allow “a full review of the match day safety and security arrangements.”
A statement read: “The EFL’s objective will always be to ensure that fans of both clubs are able to watch the match live.
“But, in seeking to achieve this, we are required to consider all the contributing factors, to ensure that the safety of everyone at the game is not put at risk.”
An update on the decision is expected to be announced on Tuesday evening after a meeting with the EFL’s chief executive.
Fans from both clubs staged a joint march to protest against their owners when the two teams met earlier in the season.
Blackpool supporters have also protested by flying planes with banners over the stadium and have boycotted matches.