A footballer Rory Michael was born on 20 March 1982 in Gisborne, New Zealand.
Rory started trying his hand at football at North Shore United, Auckland. In 1999, he moved to England and entered the academy of Barnsley. His debut season for the club happened on 16 April 2001, after the professional contract had been penned. Fallon was sent on loan to Shrewsbury Town in December 2001. He gained important performing experience while playing for the temporary club.
In 2003, the forward was scouted by Swindon Town. He managed two fabulous seasons with the team, but in 2005 his appearances became rare, that’s why a decision to send him on loan to Yeovil Town was taken. He played for the temporary squad only during a month.
In January 2006, a move to Swansea City happened, but in a year the forward joined Plymouth Argyle. He was groomed there during 3 seasons, but over the course of the spell he was loaned out by Ipswich Town. In 2011, Rory opted to return to Yeovil Town. He’d made only 5 appearances for the first squad, before a new contract with Aberdeen was signed. Having played 36 games for the club Fallon switched for St. Johnstone in 2013. In 2014 Fallon played for Crawley Town.
In 2009, Fallon got his first cap for the New Zealand national team.
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