Ajax fans set for Leyton Orient trip after Chelsea Champions League away ban

Countless Ajax fans are Put to attend Leyton Orients Leasing.com Trophy Match against Brighton U21s, after UEFA banned them from going to the Champions League fixture against Chelsea in Stamford Bridge.

Over 2,000 Ajax fans are thinking about going to the 9,271-capacity Brisbane Road, house of Sky Bet League Two side Orient, encouraged by the National League last year.
Ajax fans were banned by UEFA against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on November 5.
The ban comes following a sentence imposed against Benfica season.
Ajax possess the right to lodge an appeal while most of the fans are left with already booked flights and accommodation in London and have requested data.
One Ajax fan took to Twitter, writing:Dear @leytonorientfc, are you really willing to host 2,000 Ajax fans?
Were systematically and unlawfully screwed by @UEFA and @metpoliceuk. A lot people booked hotels and transportation and will journey. You may risk a great atmosphere and memories forever. Kind regards.
Leyton Orient stated in a club statement:We are aware of the attention from AFC Ajax supporters in attending the Leasing.com Trophy match against Brighton and Hove Albion U21s around November 5 at the Breyer Group Stadium.
Well be entering communication with AFC Ajax in how best to facilitate this.

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