That is the offer of Tony Wood, the Orient chairman, to any supporter after admitting he can no longer keep the east London outfit afloat, having lost his personal fortune during the civil war in Rwanda, where a coffee-growing business had made him a millionaire.
Wood, a former Arsenal director who has been Orient's chairman for eight years, told the clubcall phoneline service: "I will hand over the keys to any fan who gives me £5. Nobody knows the horrendous year I've been through and nobody seems to care.
"I can't do any more. I have lost everything and, like Micawber, I am hoping something will turn up. Unless it does, the club wlll continue to slide and will just go down and down."
Orient, third from bottom of the Second Division, have seen home gates fall below 3,000.
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