The Ryman Football League
Published 19th April 2012
The Greens know victory against third-bottom Ilford at Julius Martin Lane on Saturday will secure their status in Ryman League Division One North for another season.
However, should they drop points at home to the Essex side, things would go down to the final game of the season against mid-table Maldon & Tiptree.
“Saturday’s match is a massive game for us,” said Fallon.
“We know the situation we are in and we know that one win is all we need. Hopefully we can do this Saturday.
“The players we have on board have got to stand up, fight and scrap if we want to stay up.”
On Saturday, the Greens salvaged a draw against basement side Great Wakering Rovers, thanks to Dan Cotton’s 89th minute spot-kick.
The result left former Histon boss Fallon still searching for his first win since taking over as the Rangers’ boss during the middle of last month.
It also stretched Soham’s winless run in the league to nine games.
“In the three home games I have been in charge for we have played well enough to win,” said Fallon.
“We have a good solid midfield, but our problem has been conceding soft goals from mistakes and not taking our chances.
“We need to get both ends of the pitch working before we can progress.”