Tadcaster Albion have added to their list of former professional players with the addition of former Sunderland and York City goalkeeper Michael Ingham.
Ingham joins the likes of Jonathan Greening, Richard Cresswell and Matt Heath in signing for the ambitious Brewers as they look to make an impact in the Evo-Stik NPL First Division North after their Toolstation Northern Counties East League title win last season.
Ingham started his career in Northern Ireland with Cliftonville before a move to Sunderland.
He made two appearances for the Black Cats and also spent time with a number of Football League clubs during his time at the Stadium of Light.
In six years at the North East club he had temporary spells with the likes of Carlisle United, Darlington and Wrexham.
After departing Sunderland in 2005 he joined Wrexham and went on to make seventy one appearances for the Dragons.
A short spell at Hereford United ended after one season and he went on to join York City.
Ingham spent eight years with the Ministermen and became an FA Trophy winner with the club after a 2-0 Wembley win over Newport County in 2012.
Just a week after that win the club returned to Wembley and Ingham played his part in their Conference Premier play-off final win against Luton, meaning the club were back in the Football League for the first time in eight seasons.
His final season at Bootham Crescent saw Ingham and the Minstermen relegated back to the National League and he rejected the offer of a new contract.
After receiving a number of offers from clubs around the non-league pyramid, the three-times capped Northern Ireland international has now decided that his future lies with Tadcaster Albion.
Article: Mark Carruthers (@marknldaily)
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