06:59 Friday 03 January 2014

Strong Soham Town Rangers squad is boost for Steve Fallon


Steve Fallon Steve Fallon

Steve Fallon believes the strength of his Soham squad is starting to show after they climbed into the Ryman League, North Division play-off places.

An 11-game unbeaten run has seen the Greens move up to fourth in the standings and they look to continue that form at home to Redbridge tomorrow.

Manager Fallon has seemingly found the perfect combination after a disappointing start to the campaign, which is also giving him something of a selection headache.

“The players all understand what the situation is and those that aren’t in the team are just having to bide their time,” he said.

“We’re playing very well and we’ve had some good wins recently which have given us a lot of confidence.”

Soham are in such good form that recent signings Joe Asensi and Kojo Ofori have yet to feature for the first team.

However, Fallon is closely monitoring their progress as they get back up to full match fitness while playing for the reserves in the Kershaw League.

Redbridge visit Julius Martin Lane aiming to repeat their 3-0 victory over Soham in the third game of the season and Fallon has warned his side cannot afford to let their standards drop.

“Redbridge are like a lot of teams in this league in that they could easily go on a run and find themselves right up there,” he said.

“It’s down to us to maintain our consistency for another 11 games.”

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