Ingham, Frederick

Birth Date

3rd April 1954

Birthplace

Manchester

Occupation

Forward

Biographical Text

An apprentice with Stockport County, Ingham moved into the full professional ranks in April 1972. He scored one goal in 19 league outings for County.

He was given a free transfer in August 1973 and signed for Blackburn Rovers. Ingham never made the Blackburn first team and had the misfortune to sustain a broken leg.

He was eventually released, and joined Witton Albion, where he became their leading goalscorer.

Signed by Exeter City on non-contract forms in September 1977, Ingham had by that time been playing for Dawlish Town and Falmouth Town. He was given a full contract by the Grecians two months later.

Ingham made a successful debut against Chester City, scoring in the 1-1 draw at St James’ Park. Retained for the 1978-79 season, Ingham only made two substitute appearances against Chester City and Tranmere Rovers respectively and at the end of the campaign left the club to play for Falmouth Town.

Appearances

4

Appearances as Substitute

4

Goals

1

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