Date: 20th March 2013 at 1:08pm
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With the current 65% wage/turnover allowance in place in League 1, some players have had to be sacrificed in order for the club to bring in new players to freshen up the squad for the final charge to the end of the season.

OrientVital looks at how our players are getting on at their latest clubs.

Anthony Griffith: With the tough-tackling midfielder struggling to get game time at Brisbane Road, gaffer Russell Slade decided it was best for the Montserrat international to be playing elsewhere in the short term. He re-joined the club from which he signed for the O`s last summer, Port Vale.

Since his return to Vale Park, Griff has been involved in all four games of his loan spell so far. The Valiants have only managed one win during that time, with success coming in their last fixture away to struggling York City.

Griffith is yet to score on his return, and has picked up one booking in his current spell.

Michael Symes: Target man Symes, struggled to make an impact in E10 during his first season at the club, and was sent packing to Burton Albion in the hopes of making the switch permanent in the summer.

He signed just before the transfer window closed in January as Slade made money available for potential new signings.

The former Accrington man has made an impact on Burton`s promotion hopes as he has netted three times in eight matches, surpassing his two goals scored in his six months spent at the O`s.

De`Reece Vanderhyde The Young O`s defender completes the trio of players loaned out to lower level teams. Vanderhyde is currently at Blue Square South leaders Welling United, after spending time earlier in the season at Conference North Bishop Stortford.

He has appeared three times so far for Welling as they strive for promotion to the Blue Square Premier.

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