Leyton Orient. Danny Webb has resigned as manager.
Leyton Orient boss Danny Webb has resigned after only two months in charge of League Two's bottom club.
Webb, 33, won only two of his 12 games in charge and the O's are now seven points adrift of safety with seven matches to play.
The club staved off a winding-up petition earlier this month, with owner Francesco Becchetti given until 12 June to pay off debts or sell the club.
Webb's assistant Omer Riza has been put in charge until the end of the season.
Riza becomes the 11th person to take charge of Orient since Russell Slade's departure in September 2014.