IAN HENDON
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HENDON

Ian Hendon was most recently manager of Leyton Orient.

Hendon was announced as the Head Coach of Leyton Orient on 28 May 2015. HisĀ first spell in football management was with Barnet in April 2009.

Hendon was initially caretaker manager, taking over from Paul Fairclough in December 2008 for the remainder of the 08/09 season. This was after a spell as assistant manager whilst still being registered as a player.

Hendon enjoyed a successful start to life in management securing Barnet's position in The Football League before parting company in the club towards the end of the 09/10 season.

Later, Hendon was confirmed as the assistant manager of Gillingham in June 2010. Prior to his move to Priestfield, Hendon was briefly the manager of Dover Athletic.

As a player, Hendon was captain of Barnet when they won the Conference title in 2005.

His professional playing career began with Tottenham Hotspur, where he won The FA Youth Cup in 1990.

Hendon also played for Leyton Orient, Notts County, Birmingham City, Northampton Town, Sheffield Wednesday and Peterborough United and won seven England U21 caps.

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  • personal-awards
    • Leyton Orient:
      • Manager of the Month, Sky Bet League Two, (31/08/2015)
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