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Aberdeen striker Rory Fallon to put club before country in bid to win new deal at Pittodrie

RORY Fallon is ready to put his international career on hold to aid his bid to win a new deal with Aberdeen.


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  • RORY Fallon is ready to put his international career on hold to aid his bid to win a new deal with Aberdeen.

    The New Zealand targetman is a hero in his homeland after firing the winner in the play-off against Bahrain which took the All Whites to the 2010 World Cup.

    The 30-year-old played in all three group matches in South Africa where the Kiwis went out after three draws.

    Fallon is due to jet across the globe to join the squad for a World Cup qualifying double header against New Caledonia and Solomon Islands in September.

    But he is preparing to put club before country in a bid to prolong his stay at Dons.

    Fallon is in the final year of his deal in the Granite City and said: “We’ve got a few long-distance trips this year and we will have to see what happens.

    “If I’m not in the plans for starting with New Zealand then it doesn’t make much sense for me to travel all the way over there and risk losing my place at Aberdeen. I will speak to the New Zealand coach as Aberdeen is my first focus and I want to have a good season.

    “I want to go to another World Cup but this is my final year here and I want to do well with the club as I don’t know what will happen when my contract’s up.”

    Aberdeen are looking to take advantage of Rangers’ demise this season and Fallon reckons the newco had to start at the bottom.

    The striker said: “The lads look forward to the big games and it’s a shame Rangers won’t be there but they had to be punished and I would say justice has been done and we should move on from it.

    “It’s disappointing we won’t go to Ibrox and play against such a big team but it is a club which must start at the bottom again and work its way back up.

    “All I’m interested in is my club and the first match of the season against Celtic which will be our toughest game of the season. Celtic are going to be flying as defending champions and they will want to beat us.

    “We felt we could have beaten them on a couple of occasions last season and we have got to work hard and believe we can this time.

    Fallon believes Aberdeen must get off to a flying start in the campaign if they are to end their three-year exile from the top six.

    The Dons were left playing catch up last term after hitting rock bottom of the table in December.

    There can be no repeat this time and Fallon said: “I’m not going to be shouting saying we’re going to win the league or anything like that.

    “Our first five games will be where we can judge whether we are going to have a good season.

    “We have a strong squad and are good enough for the top six. If we don’t make it then that won’t be good enough.”

    Fallon opened the scoring in Aberdeen’s 12-0 rout of German amateurs Alstatte at the weekend but warned the Dons will face a much tougher challenge against Werder Bremen tomorrow.

    He added: “That was an unrealistic game and it was like a heavyweight boxer facing a lightweight.

    “The proper test will come in the next game against Werder Bremen and we will have to be at our best.