Fallon pens Pilgrims deal

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Striker Rory Fallon has signed a new contract at Plymouth to tie him to the Home Park club until the summer of 2011.

The 26-year-old's contract was due to expire at the end of the season but the former Barnsley frontman admitted he was delighted to be staying with the Pilgrims.

"I've just signed a new two-year deal and I'm happy" he said.

"It has been going on for a few weeks and I just know I need to be in Plymouth. I didn't get side-tracked by anything else because I felt I needed another two years here."

The devout Christian joined Plymouth for £300,000 from Swansea in January 2007 in what was then a club-record fee and has netted 13 goals in 73 appearances for the Greens.

"I am settled, I go to a good church and hopefully in the next two years we could be in the Premiership, you just don't know, and anything is possible with God."

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