Maur0 Milanese has left his position as manager of Leyton Orient manager, according to BBC Sport.
The Italian has been in charge of the O’s since Russell Slade stepped down from his post as manager in October, to take up the vacant post at Cardiff City.
Milanese, 43, was in charge of eight games with the East London club, however he has decided to leave the club.
Orient currently sit in 19th place in Sky Bet League One, just hanging out of the drop zone on goal difference, in what has been a very inconsistent season for the club.
The former QPR defender only won two games when in charge, one being a 4-1 home win against Crewe in Sky Bet League One, with the other victory being at home to Chris Wilder’s Northampton in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy.
Orient have recently today, announced that goalkeeping coach and chief scout Kevin Dearden has resigned from his position at the club due to personal reasons.
The O’s are yet to confirm Milanese’s departure, who was hired by the newly owner of the club in Italian businessman Francesco Becchetti, purchasing the club from Barry Hearn in July.