Rory Michael Fallon> is a New Zealand international association football player, who presently plays for English Football League One team, Plymouth Argyle. Playing as a striker, Rory is the son of Kevin Fallon, the former New Zealand national coach.
Rory started his football career in 1999 at Barnsley and started to make up his mark in the team. But, a stress fracture of his foot unabled him to regain his position. It was in 2003 when he signed with Swindon Town, catching the attention of Andy King. With the team, he scored many goals in 2003-04 campaign.
At six feet two inches, Rory played professional football for various teams like Barnsley, Shrewsbury Town on loan basis, Swindon Town, Yeovil Town on loan basis, Swansea City and Plymouth Arglye. This forward athlete made 10 international caps and scored 3 international goals. His first international match was against the Jordan team in 2009.
In 2009, Rory was called up to the New Zealand squad to play a friendly match against Jordan team. He also played play-off matches against Bahrain at the second half season, scoring his debut against Jordan with 3-1 victory. On 19th November 2009, Fallon scored the only goal in the second leg of the World Cup qualifier against Bahrain, which sent New Zealand squad to play at the FIFA World Cup in South Africa. This match was their first appearance at the finals in 28 years.