Omar Bogle

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Omar Bogle
Personal information
Date of birth (1993-07-26) 26 July 1993 (age 25)[1]
Place of birth Sandwell, England
Height 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)[2]
Playing position Striker
Club information
Current team
Portsmouth
(on loan from Cardiff City)
Number 22
Youth career
2007–2009 West Bromwich Albion
2009–2011 Birmingham City
2011–2012 Celtic
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2012 Hinckley United 8 (3)
2012–2015 Solihull Moors 111 (62)
2015–2017 Grimsby Town 68 (32)
2017 Wigan Athletic 14 (3)
2017– Cardiff City 10 (3)
2018Peterborough United (loan) 9 (1)
2018–2019Birmingham City (loan) 15 (1)
2019–Portsmouth (loan) 4 (2)
National team
2014 England C 1 (1)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 19:44, 16 February 2019 (UTC)

Omar Bogle (born 26 July 1993) is an English professional footballer who plays as a striker for League One club Portsmouth, on loan from Cardiff City of the Premier League.

Bogle is a former England C international. He is known for his diversity in physical style of play, strength and holding the ball to bringing others into play. At the age of 14, Bogle started his career with West Bromwich Albion's youth system before spending another two years at Birmingham City's academy, where he appeared for their reserve team. He then spent one year at Celtic's academy.

Bogle returned south of the border in 2011, where he had a trial with Luton Town, before securing a one-year deal with Hinckley United. During his time there, he caught the attention of Solihull Moors manager Marcus Bignot, he went on to spend the next three years there winning the Conference North player of the year in 2014/2015, also the golden boot award after topping the division's goalscoring charts with 29 goals.

Bogle had been trialled by Championship club AFC Bournemouth in July 2013 and having been tried to sign over a two-year period by the management team at Grimsby Town; at the start of the 2015–16 season he signed a three-year deal with the club and helped Grimsby to win promotion out of the National League, scoring the opening two goals in Grimsby's 3–1 victory over Forest Green Rovers in the 2016 National League play-off Final at Wembley Stadium, seeing Grimsby promoted to League Two after a six-year absence from the Football League, ending the season with 19 goals in all competitions. In November 2016 he was reunited with former manager Marcus Bignot after the latter was appointed as he new Grimsby Town manager. On transfer deadline day in January 2017, Bogle was sold to Wigan Athletic for an undisclosed fee. He moved on to Cardiff City at the end of the season, and spent time on loan at Peterborough United and Birmingham City before joining Portsmouth, also on loan, in January 2019.

Club career[edit]

Bogle was born in Sandwell, West Midlands. He attended Menzies High School, which later became The Phoenix Collegiate, and started his career with West Bromwich Albion's youth system before moving to the Birmingham City academy, appearing for their reserve team when only just 16 years old.[3] Released by Birmingham, he played in Rangers U17's "Play on the pitch game" in April 2011, scoring a brace against Dunfermline Athletic.[4] Bogle moved to Celtic's academy in September 2011,[5] and played for Celtic Under 19's team in the European Next-Gen Series.[6][7] He then returned south in March 2012, to pursue regular first team football.[2]

Hinckley United[edit]

Bogle signed for Conference North side Hinckley United in March 2012.[8] He made his debut on 19 March 2012 in a 1–3 home defeat against Solihull Moors.[9] He scored his first goal for the club with a late winner against Vauxhall Motors on 24 March 2012, Calum Flanagan's throw-in found Bogle with his back to goal 12 yards out, he turned his marker before curling a low shot beyond goalkeeper Scott Tynan into the far corner.[10] On 9 April 2012, he pulled a goal back in the 1–3 home defeat against Bishop's Stortford[11] On 15 April 2012, he scored an equalising goal 11 minutes from time in the 1–1 stalemate at Worcester City, Bogle gathered the ball 20 yards out, before taking it past a Worcester defender, and shooting from the edge of the area low and beyond the beaten Sargeant.[12]

Bogle departed The Knitters in July 2012, having made 8 appearances and scoring 3 goals during his time at De Montfort Park.[13]

Solihull Moors[edit]

On 7 July 2012, Bogle signed for Conference North side with Solihull Moors[14][15] He made his debut for Solihull on 18 August 2012 in the 3–1 away defeat at Colwyn Bay.[16] On 21 August 2012, he provided an assist and a goal in the 3–0 home tie against Corby Town, within 15 minutes Bogle collected the ball on the left flank and provided a perfect cross which Darryl Knights knocked in the first goal, he then scored his first goal for Solihull Moors, on 27 minutes a corner floated into the box and Bogle steered the ball into the net.[17][18]

On 24 September 2012, he scored an equaliser in the 37th minute, against Midland Football Alliance side Westfields in the FA Cup second round, Ryan Beswick's long-range free-kick floated through a crowd of bodies for Bogle to head home past the keeper.[19] On 26 September 2012, he scored the 2nd goal in the 1–2 win in the second round FA Cup replay against Westfields, an 89th minute a right wing corner from which Bogle used his strength to force the ball over the line.[20]

Bogle scored a brace in the third round qualifying of the 2012–13 FA Trophy against AFC Fylde on 10 November 2012 in the 18th minute, a cross into the penalty area caused them problems, Bogle and Knights shotes rebounded and eventually fell again to Bogle who side foot into the net from close range; his second came only 3 minutes later, a long throw from Keenah Rosser, which found Bogle who fired the ball low into the left-hand corner of the net, from the edge of the box.[21] Another 1–2 victory in the FA Trophy, this time over Hednesford Town a loose ball in midfield was picked up by Bogle in plenty of space, which gave him time to curl a magnificent unstoppable shot over former Solihull keeper Dan Crane from 25 yards out.[22] He also appeared in the FA Trophy second round against Conference Premier side Wrexham, which ended up a 3–2 defeat for Solihull.[23][24]

Bogle spent a trial for a week with Championship side AFC Bournemouth in July 2013, where he went on a pre-season training camp in Switzerland and played against FC Zürich, however his trial wasn't progressed any further.[25] He then signed up again with Solihull for the upcoming 2013–14 season.[26]

Three games into the 2014/15 season on 16 August 2014, Bogle scored his first two goals, a loose ball in the 63rd minute caused havoc in the penalty area, the ball came to Bogle who was on hand to smash home; Bogle then slotted home for his second of the game from the penalty spot on 71 minutes, Matt Regan conceded a penalty on the edge of the box and Omar to seal all three points.[27] On 20 December 2014, Bogle scored a hat-trick in the 1–4 demolition of Colwyn Bay, his first came on 10 minutes when a free kick was taken by Ryan Beswick, which Liam Daly duly nodded down in the box for Bogle skillfully rolled the ball into the right hand corner; following a good move out of defence, Colwyn Bay failed to clear in the box and Bogle poked his second of the day; Bogle sweeping on to the loose ball on 36 minutes, after Jack Truelove gave the ball away in his own half, he curled the shot around the stranded keeper for his hat-trick and Moors third.[28] Bogle scored his final league goal for the 2014/15 season, an equaliser in the 2–2 draw with AFC Fylde, a handball in the box from Josh Langley resulted in a penalty from which Bogle scored with virtually the last kick of the game.[29]

While at Solihull Moors Bogle won the Conference North player of the year, he also won the golden boot award after topping the division's goalscoring charts in 2014/2015 with 29 goals.[2][6][13][30][31][32]

Grimsby Town[edit]

2015–16 season[edit]

Bogle joined National League side Grimsby Town on 15 June 2015 on a three-year contract for an undisclosed fee.[33] Prior to him signing, he was admist much transfer speculation with numerous clubs reportedly scouting him, Grimsby had outbid a £10,000 sum by Nuneaton Town which was rejected by Solihull.[34][35] Grimsby Town also fended off interest from Gateshead to sign Bogle.[36] Milton Keynes Dons and Port Vale in League One were also confirmed in March 2015 to be weighing up a move for him.[6][37]

He made his full debut with Grimsby on 8 August 2015, in the 2–2 draw at Kidderminster.[38] Bogle scored three days later in the 4–1 home thrashing of Barrow; scoring the second goal on 22 minutes, after a mistake in the Barrow defense, he slotted a right footed shot past the keeper to score his first goal for the club.[39]

On 8 May 2016, Bogle scored the winner in the 2–0 win against Braintree Town; with 10 minutes to go of extra time, Jon Nolan swung in a deep free-kick to the far post and no-one in an Orange shirt had picked up Bogle, with the keeper in no-man's land, Bogle planted a header into the bottom corner; Bogle's goal for Grimsby overturned a 1–0 first-leg deficit, beating Braintree and securing their place in the National League promotion final against Forest Green.[40] Bogle scored the opening two goals in Grimsby's 3–1 victory over Forest Green Rovers in the 2016 National League play-off Final at Wembley Stadium, seeing Grimsby promoted to League Two after a six-year absence from the Football League.[41][42][43]

2016–17[edit]

Bogle made his League Two professional debut with Grimsby on 6 August 2016, coming off the subs bench in the opening game of the season, a 2–0 win over Morecambe.[44] His first goal came on his full debut on 16 August 2016, in the 3–2 defeat at Colchester; blasting a left footed shot from 18-yards in the second-minute of stoppage time.[45]

Bogle won the PFA Fans' League Two Player of the Month award for August and September 2016.[46] He was also named in the EFL Team of the Week in August,[47] September,[48] October (twice),[49][50] and November 2016.[51]

In January 2017, Championship side Rotherham United had 3 separate bids turned down by Grimsby for Bogle,[52] a further bid by the club was also rejected.[53] Bogle was also subject of an enquiry by fellow Championship sides Leeds United and Brentford.[54] Premier League sides Hull and Swansea joined the race, along with Championship pair Norwich and Reading for his signature.[55]

Wigan Athletic[edit]

On 31 January 2017, Bogle signed for Championship side Wigan Athletic on a two-and-a-half-year deal for an undisclosed fee;[56] this included a number of additional clauses, if Wigan maintained their Championship status in the current season, return to the Premier League, also a sell-on clause.[57]

Bogle made his first appearance for the club on 3 February 2017 in the 1–0 home defeat against Sheffield Wednesday, coming off the subs bench to replace Will Grigg in the 67th minute.[58] His first goals came when he made his full debut on 7 February 2017, the game finishing a 2–2 draw at home to Norwich City; his first came from a header from a Michael Jacobs corner to equalise on 62 minutes, then 6 minutes later he scored from a free-kick from the right side edge of the area into the far corner.[59] Bogle scored his third and final goal of the 2016-17 Championship campaign from the penalty spot in a 2-1 defeat at Queens Park Rangers.[60]

Cardiff City[edit]

On 17 August 2017, Bogle signed for Championship side Cardiff City on a three-year deal for an officially undisclosed fee,[61] although Cardiff manager Neil Warnock later stated that the transfer fee was £700,000.[62] His debut came five days later in a 2–1 loss over Burton Albion in the EFL Cup.[63] Making his first league start for The Bluebirds, Bogle scored his first goal for the club in a 3–1 win over Ipswich Town on 31 October, shortly followed by his second 5 days later against Bristol City, before being sent off in the Severnside Derby.[64][65] Upon his return he scored the third goal in a 3–1 win over Norwich City.[66]

On 1 February, Bogle joined Peterborough United on loan until the end of the 2017–18 season.[67] He scored his first goal for Peterborough in a 2-1 win over Walsall on 27 February 2018.[68]

Birmingham City[edit]

On 7 August 2018, Bogle joined Birmingham City on a season-long loan.[69] He made his debut as a second-half substitute in a 1–0 defeat away to Middlesbrough,[70] and made three league starts during August.[13] However, as Che Adams began to develop a productive partnership with Lukas Jutkiewicz – both had ten goals by mid-December[71] – Bogle became increasingly peripheral, losing his place on the bench to youngster Beryly Lubala.[72] According to manager Garry Monk, not having spent pre-season with Birmingham had made it difficult for Bogle; "he was just so eager to score a goal when he first came in and that probably distracted from the other work that needed to be done." He worked hard to regain a place on the bench,[73] and scored his first goal for the club on 26 December with a shot from distance to secure a 2–0 home win against Stoke City.[74]

Portsmouth[edit]

Bogle's loan at Birmingham was cancelled by mutual agreement on 28 January 2019, and later that day he joined Portsmouth of League One on loan until the end of the season.[75] He scored on his debut the next day in a defeat away to Luton Town,[76] and produced an equaliser against Doncaster Rovers at Fratton Park in his next match.[77]

International career[edit]

Bogle was selected and called up to the England C team in 2014, to play against Estonia U23's.[6][78] On 18 November 2014, Bogle opened the scoring after just four minutes and nodded down for Harry Beautyman to notch number two. He was substituted midway through the second half but not before seeing another shot blocked off the line; he left the pitch to a loud applause from the crowd.[79]

Style of play[edit]

Bogle primarily plays as a central striker, he can dribble, hold the ball up, scores headers. Two-footed, he has the ability to score with his right foot, as well as his left foot.[80]

Trivia[edit]

Omar Bogle's chant by Grimsby Town fans is a version of the song Tender by the band Blur.[81]

Career statistics[edit]

As of match played 16 February 2019
Appearances and goals by club, season and competition
Club Season League FA Cup League Cup Other Total
Division Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Hinckley United 2011–12[13] Conference North 8 3 8 3
Solihull Moors 2012–13[13] Conference North 41 15 0 0 3[a] 3 44 18
2013–14[13] Conference North 29 18 1 1 0 0 30 19
2014–15[13] Conference North 41 29 0 0 1[a] 0 42 29
Total 111 62 1 1 4 3 116 66
Grimsby Town 2015–16[82] National League 41 13 4 1 8[b] 5 53 19
2016–17[83] League Two 27 19 1 0 1 0 1[c] 0 30 19
Total 68 32 5 1 1 0 9 5 83 38
Wigan Athletic 2016–17[83] Championship 14 3 0 0 14 3
Cardiff City 2017–18[84] Championship 10 3 1 0 1 0 12 3
2018–19[85] Premier League 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total 10 3 1 0 1 0 12 3
Peterborough United (loan) 2017–18[84] League One 9 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 1
Birmingham City (loan) 2018–19[85] Championship 15 1 0 0 1 0 16 1
Portsmouth (loan) 2018–19[85] League One 4 2 0 0 0 0 4 2
Career total 239 107 7 2 3 0 13 8 261 117
  1. ^ a b Appearances in FA Trophy
  2. ^ Five appearances and two goals in FA Trophy, three appearances and three goals in National League play-offs
  3. ^ Appearances in EFL Trophy

Honours[edit]

Club[edit]

Grimsby Town

Cardiff City

Individual[edit]

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