Goalkeeper Michael Ingham was delighted to reach a century of clean-sheets for the club in midweek.
|“I think Mansfield away in the play-off semi-final last season stands out” – Michael Ingham|
The 32-year-old ex-Northern Ireland international managed to keep out former leaders Gillingham to finally reach the landmark after originally recording his first shut-out on his debut at Hull City in his first spell for the club more than a decade ago.
“I had been talking about it for a couple of games and it’s been on my mind, so I was over the moon to make it to 100,” Ingham told The Press. “I was a little bit disappointed not to do it at Gillingham last month because I made two or three good saves before their goal and it’s nice to do it against a top-two side.
“Getting one on my debut at Hull in 2002 was nice because you always want to set your stall out with a clean sheet at a new club,” he continued. “The one at Wembley against Newport in the Trophy final was special as well but I think Mansfield away in the play-off semi-final last season stands out. There was a lot of pressure so I was delighted with that clean sheet.”