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Dad of ex-Grimsby Town star Omar Bogle arms himself with BB gun and baseball bat to get son's kit stolen from his Range Rover
Omar Bogle has thousands of pounds of training gear nicked from his Range Rover
- 13:33, 16 JUL 2019
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The dad of ex-Grimsby Town star Omar Bogle armed himself with a gun and baseball bat to recover his son’s expensive training kit when it was stolen from his Range Rover.
Acting on a tip-off about who may have nicked thousands of pounds worth of Omar’s kit when he was staying with his dad overnight, Elvis Bogle went on a mission to get it back.
But a court heard he was arrested after a police patrol spotted him in a camouflage jacket, with another man and one of them carrying a silver-coloured baseball bat.
When asked what was inside his ‘man bag’ after his arrest in Handsworth at 10.25pm on May 4, Bogle said it was a gun.
Aliya Rashid, prosecuting, said it was found to be an unloaded BB-style gun. Police later recovered the baseball bat from a garden a few yards away.
When later interviewed, Bogle said his son, who had been visiting him, had discovered his Range Rover had been broken into, and contents had been stolen, BirminghamLive reports .
“His son is a professional footballer and he had thousands of pounds worth of training kit inside the back of the car,” said Miss Rashid at Birmingham Crown Court . “The defendant decided to go to that address that night to see if any of the stolen items could be recovered.”
Bogle, 60, of Eaton Avenue, West Bromwich, who had previously admitted having an offensive weapon and carrying an imitation firearm in a public place, was handed a 12-month community order and ordered to do 100 hours unpaid work.
After his transfer from Grimsby Town in 2017, Omar Bogle had been on loan at Birmingham City from Cardiff City from last August to January 2019. He spent the rest of last season on loan at Portsmouth.
Judge Heidi Kubic told Elvis Bogle: “You were seeking to return property that had been stolen from your son. Happily, these weapons were not produced or brandished, or used to threaten anybody else, and you were quickly apprehended.”
She said she had also taken into account that he was the carer for his own elderly father. Jonathan Barker, defending, said the defendant’s son had stayed with him overnight, and that he had to return to his club to play a game on the Saturday.
“Bogle, with another, sought to recover the items from a house where they believed those responsible resided,” he said. “He acknowledges he ought to have called the police and not to have taken matters into his own hands.”
Grimsby Town hero
Bogle joined Grimsby Town back in 2015 from Solihull Moors, and played a major part in the Mariners’ return to the Football League.
He scored twice in the National League Play-Off Final win at Wembley against Forest Green to earn Town’s promotion, and hit the ground running after making the step up to League Two.
He scored 19 goals during the first half of the 2016/17 season for the Mariners, taking his total for the club up to 38 goals in 87 appearances before he earned a move to Wigan Athletic on deadline day of the January transfer window.
He made the move to Cardiff City the following summer, and has since had spells on loan with Peteborough, Birmingham City and Portsmouth.
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Who is Omar Bogle? This is what Cardiff City are getting and why he's unwanted by Wigan
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- 17:04, 17 AUG 2017
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Neil Warnock may have already guided Cardiff City to their best ever start to a league campaign, but his bid to remould the Bluebirds this summer shows little sign of slowing any time soon.
Despite previously stating that further arrivals were unlikely after the capture of seventh signing Lee Tomlin, there was always a feeling that Warnock could still be tempted into bolstering his squad further should the right player become available.
Warnock teased the media following his side's 2-0 win over Sheffield United, revealing he had already made an offer for a player that they didn't know about.
That new signing has turned out to be striker Omar Bogle, who arrives from League One outfit Wigan Athletic for a fee believed to be around £1 million.
So who exactly is City's latest recruit?
Here's everything you need to know.
Who is Omar Bogle?
Bogle is a 24-year-old English striker who only became a Football League player in August 2016, having previously risen through the ranks of non-league football.
He started his career at West Bromwich Albion's youth system in 2007, before moving to local rivals Birmingham City two years later, and then to Celtic's academy in 2011.
However, a search for first team opportunities took him south of the border a year later, where he signed on for first Hinckley United and then Solihull Motors.
His time at Solihull saw him become one of non-league football's hottest properties, scoring 62 goals in 111 appearances for the club, winning the Conference North's Golden Boot for the 2014/15 season by netting 29 times, while also being named the league's Player of the Year and earning an England C call-up.
Bogle was so prolific that he was even taken on trial by Bournemouth in 2013, joining the club's pre-season training camp in Switzerland and turning out in the pre-season friendly with FC Zurich.
Several clubs in League One, as well as various non-league outfits were credited as having an interest in taking Bogle, but it was Grimsby Town who secured his signature in 2015.
Bogle was a huge favourite with Mariners fans, and wrote his name into club folklore by scoring twice in the National League play-off Final at Wembley in 2016, as Grimsby ended a six-year exile from the Football League with a 3-1 win over Forest Green Rovers.
He adapted quickly to the step up, winning League Two's Player of the Month for August and September, and once again became a target for other clubs. January 2017 saw Rotherham United have three bids rejected, while there was also believed to be interest from Premier League duo Hull City and Swansea.
Bogle eventually moved to Wigan during that window, where he scored three goals in 12 games, before being transfer-listed at the start of the current campaign.
Where can he play and is he any good?
Bogle is an out-and-out centre forward, who's scored goals wherever he's been and, given he's caught the attention of clubs in the top two divisions before, Warnock is clearly not the only one who believes the forward has what it takes to succeed at this level.
Indeed, there are arguably similarities with Zohore in terms of how both players play the game, with Bogle known for his physicality, strength and ability to hold up the ball.
He's been a hit with fans wherever he's been, and his determination to work his way up through the ranks of non-league comes courtesy of a work-rate that will have really impressed Warnock.
Why was he placed on the transfer list?
When news first emerged that Bogle was to be placed on the transfer list, the official line that was given was that manager Paul Cook didn't believe the striker was capable of fitting in with the style of football he was looking to implement in League One.
The decision sparked speculation that Bogel had fallen out with his manager, something which the player himself strenuously denied.
Relegation always sparks a fresh start for any club and, having only played a handful of games, Cook may have felt Bogle was an asset that could be cashed in on in the bid to rebuild the team.
Why are Cardiff signing him?
An injury to Kenneth Zohore is probably the single biggest nightmare for Bluebirds fans, particularly given that back-up option Danny Ward has been used somewhat sparingly since his arrival from Rotherham earlier in the summer.
Warnock is genuine about challenging for promotion, but has said on several occasions that the depth of the squad in certain areas has been a cause for concern.
Increasing the level of depth in terms of attacking options will help to lighten the load placed on Zohore, although there is little doubt that the Dane is still likely to be the main man.
Nevertheless, Warnock will feel much more comfortable with another option at his disposal.
The media view
We sat down with the Wigan Evening Post's Tom McCooey, who says that while the striker has definite potential, his time at Wigan was largely considered a disappointment.
He said: "Hopefully Cardiff fans will see more from him than Wigan fans did last season. Things started really well with a goal on his full debut - a 2-2 draw with Norwich - but he didn't really kick on from there.
"He showed he can score goals at Grimsby, and his heading ability, as demonstrated by his first Wigan goal, is often talked about. Whether he can crack the Championship is difficult to say as he's had so few games at that level.
"In his 12 games for Wigan it's hard to make a comprehensive judgement, but with Nick Powell and Will Grigg already firm choices, he would have struggled to see game time this season.
"You could argue they are mixed, but there is a general feeling he didn't achieve his potential at Wigan. Some say he failed, while a few think it was more of an issue that he just simply didn't find his feet at Wigan in what was already a difficult campaign, coupled with playing at a higher level."
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30 minutes ago, Carnero said: I'm 99% sure he is, yes. They're definitely related.
You sure? They don't look like brothers to me.
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13 minutes ago, therealhantsram said: You sure? They don't look like brothers to me.
29 minutes ago, RamNut said: Sisters?
Somebody should ask Steve Nicholson the question in his webchat. He's bound to know ?
The mind bogles at the thought that they might be sisters ?
If anything i’m More excited about Bogle than Lowe. Lowe could easily be a winger, he’s got the skill but Jayden looks to have a better football brain. He’s good going forward and composed on the ball but when Keogh did a surge and got caught out of position then Bogle was like LLightning getting back to cover. Very aware ... like that
2 hours ago, therealhantsram said: You sure? They don't look like brothers to me.
I was sure I had read it somewhere a while back, but you've put doubt it my mind now! Good job I left 1% for error.
Just now, Carnero said: I was sure I had read it somewhere a while back, but you've put doubt it my mind now! Good job I left 1% for error.
He is Cliff Bogle's son though.
Just needs to turn out a £7m plus player and we'll get the IPro money somehow!
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I think I’ve read somewhere that his contract is until June 2019....if correct then hopefully we’re already talking to him about a new one
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6 minutes ago, Carnero said: I was sure I had read it somewhere a while back, but you've put doubt it my mind now! Good job I left 1% for error.
I seem to remember reading that he was his brother when we were linked with Omar a couple of years back. We signed Jayden and people were putting 2 and 2 together suggesting that it was to help convince Omar to join us
1 minute ago, Cam the Ram said: I seem to remember reading that he was his brother when we were linked with Omar a couple of years b ac k. We signed Jayden and people were putting 2 and 2 together suggesting that it was to help convince Omar to join us
Yeah, that's it!
Just now, Carnero said: Yeah, that's it!
After that I always just presumed they were brothers and that information was true, but I've just had a little nosy and they were born in different places a fair distance apart and never played for the same team even at youth level. Although they do follow each other on Twitter and I'm not sure how their paths could have crossed during football so that would point to them knowing each other somehow
Thanks everyone........google didn't have the answer. There may be a third brother??
On 22/08/2018 at 09:52, CHCDerby said: Sometimes players just look like they should be in that position. Bogle definitely looks like he could make that position his own and become a valuable part of our title winning season in 2023/24
Did he sign a new contract this summer? Transfermarkt saying his runs out at the end of the season!
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After tonight I think we could have a real star in the making here...
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Just now, Sean said: After tonight I think we could have a real star in the making here...
If Malone is worth 3m,then Bogle should be worth double that. Need to tie him down on a new deal ASAP
Great natural ability, so much confidence. This is his first season playing in the first team. Bloody brilliant, and his performances are consistent.
I'm trying not to get too excited about the lad. But ..... But ....... He's a bit good isn't he ?
Could be the bets academy graduate since will Hughes, hugely talented footballer. Do worry about having a defender his age In mind but he’s certainly winning his place at the moment. A right sided sessegnon to come into his own?
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'The face of a man possessed' - the story of Birmingham City youngster Omar Bogle’s career so far
An in-depth look at the highs and lows of the Birmingham City striker's career to date
- 10:39, 13 SEP 2018
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For any youngster wanting to live the football dream, some get that one chance to showcase their ability, then the pieces fall into place from then on. However, that isn’t always the case for every hotshot kid on the block.
Omar Bogle is one example of that. A Bluenose from Sandwell, he had hopes of playing for his boyhood club when he was a teenager, and even got the chance to play for the Blues reserve team at 16-years-old.
Fast-forward nearly 10 years and Bogle is now playing for Birmingham’s first team every week. The only part of that fairy-tale story that is missing is the middle section, which consists of playing for 7 other clubs across England, Scotland and Wales after being released at 16. There is also the small detail of Bogle’s current deal at Blues only being a loan one.
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Bogle has had to struggle through the lower leagues and build his way up to finally get a second chance to show Blues what they let go as a youngster. A strong, no-nonsense forward who will bully his way to goal with two defenders on his back if needed.
The fact Bogle is on loan means nothing in the grand scheme of things. This Birmingham fanatic was determined to get another bite at the cherry when it came for putting on a Blues shirt once again, and now that he’s got his chance you can guarantee he won’t want to go back to Cardiff having any regrets about his dream move.
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Blues career so far
After starting his career at West Bromwich Albion’s youth system in 2003, he moved to Birmingham City’s academy in 2004, and appeared in the club’s reserve team when he was just 16-years-old. He was then released by Birmingham and moved to Rangers under-17’s side.
On 7 August 2018, Bogle joined Birmingham City on a season long loan from Premier League side Cardiff City for his second spell at the club.
This season he has featured in 6 games in all competitions for the blues, but is yet to score.
He is known for his diversity in physical style of play, strength and holding the ball to bringing others into play.
What he has said
After re-joining the club on loan, Bogle spoke to the media about his excitement at getting a second chance with the team that gave him a chance as a youngster.
He said: “I’m just excited to be back.
“I felt it was like a calling, almost, to come back and do what I set out to do in the first place.
“With any other club I may have chosen something different, but Blues were the only club that could have made me stray from the decision I’d made initially.”
“I can’t describe it [being back]. It’s the happiest I’ve been in a long, long time. I’m actually speechless. I’m buzzing to be playing in front of the fans, to be at the stadium, to wear the shirt.
Bogle’s journey from League to Non-League
Being released into the non-league all those years ago was tough for the attacker to take at the time.
But Bogle says his journey has made him the player that he is today, and is proud of it
He said: “It was eight years ago, so I was 17 or 18. It wasn’t a good feeling.
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“When I was here, it was home anyway. I made a lot of good, lifelong friends when I was here, so it was hard to accept that I wasn’t going to be here, that I was going to be away from the club.
“But I picked myself up, because I had the thought that I was going to work hard to get back to this level.
“The route I’ve been on, I wouldn’t change any of it. Getting let go by Blues, being in non-league, I wouldn’t change it because it’s made me the person and the professional I am now. It’s taught me a lot.”
What his manager said
Bogle’s parent club manager, Neil Warnock, has spoken highly of Bogle in the past, even if the striker is sitting down the pecking order at Cardiff.
Warnock said in 2017: “Omar has been busting a gut to play. I thought he and Lee Tomlin did very well.
“We played some good stuff at times and Omar was a threat all night. He's been doing extra sessions in training and he said he was cream-crackered when he came off.
“When I signed Omar I told his agent he would be third choice and he would have to fight for his place in the team. But I can't speak highly enough of him and he's worked hard to earn a spot.”
What the fans said
Birmingham fans had high praise for the on-loan forward after his debut for the Blues in August this year:
@Bluesjack_: The thought of Omar Bogle and Issac Vassell partnering each other up front is too much
@Hollo1875: Bogle had a face like a man possessed. He wants to score as goal as much as we do #BCFC
@TomCraven93: Omar Bogle had a good performance tonight, looks promising up front #bcfc
Life before Blues
Bogle, who hails from Sandwell, began his senior playing career with non-league side Hinckley United before moving closer to home to link up with Solihull Moors.
He was a prolific marksman with Moors as he netted 62 goals in 111 league appearances, which earned him a move to Grimsby Town.
Bogle continued finding the back of the net on a regular basis for Grimsby and helped the Mariners win promotion to League Two.
Having scored 38 goals for Grimsby he joined Wigan Athletic in January 2017 for an undisclosed fee before he was on the move again in August of that same year to Cardiff City, where he signed a three-year deal.
After making 12 appearances and scoring three times for Neil Warnock's side, he was loaned to League One Peterborough United for the final months of the 2017/18 campaign.
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The truth behind the Omar Bogle and Joe Ledley to Bristol Rovers transfer rumours
Rovers' stance on two players they have been linked with in the January transfer window.
- 12:33, 7 JAN 2020
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Omar Bogle is not heading to Bristol Rovers in the January transfer window, with Gas setting their sights on other targets.
Rumours have been rife on social media that the out-of-favour Cardiff City striker will move to the Mem this month, but having spoken to multiple sources, Bristol Live understands the speculation is "nonsense".
The 26-year-old, who has started just twice for the Bluebirds in the Championship this season, has been told he is not in the plans of manager Neil Harris – and is set for a move away from south Wales.
But his destination will not be the Gas, with boss Ben Garner focusing on other targets after tying up the loan deal of Jayden Mitchell-Lawson from Derby County.
Another name linked with Rovers has been experienced Welsh international midfielder Joe Ledley, but Bristol Live understands he too is not on the club's radar.
Garner is close to getting attacking midfielder Josh Barrett on a permanent deal from Reading , and he hopes Rovers can bring in more signings before the end of the window – but Bogle will not be one of them.
The target man, who is strong in the air and relishes direct service – is not seen as an ideal fit for the system Garner wants to deploy, with Wigan boss jettisoning Bogle for the same reason in 2017, nor is he financially viable.
Cook's Latics play a high pressing game and look to boss possession in the opposition's half with balls played into the feet of strikers, and the Rovers boss hopes to see something similar from his side once he has had more time on the training ground – indicating that singing Bogle would make little sense for the Pirates.
It is also understood he would command a salary greater than what Rovers would be willing to pay, as the club work to cut their wage bill with the overspending of the Darrell Clarke era still causing problems.
Bogle is frustrated by a lack of playing time with the Bluebirds and with his contract up in the summer is set to move on, but it won't be to the Mem.
Ledley, who has 77 Wales caps to his name and boasts an impressive CV having played for the likes of Celtic and Crystal Palace, is without a club after a short-term contract at Charlton Athletic expired.
He is understood to be pining for a return to South Wales, with the Mem seen as a possible destination, but Rovers are not interested in the 32-year-old.
Ledley would be sure to demand a salary Rovers would be uncomfortable paying, and he does not possess the attributes Garner wants from his midfielders.
The Rovers boss has said he wants pace and energy in his Rovers team, but with Ledley not the most mobile and on the wrong side of 30 he does not fit Widdrington's recruitment model.
There is also the concept of resale value as, given his age and the likely length of contract he would be requesting, any money invested in Ledley would be lost.
Since Tommy Widdrington's arrival as Head of Recruitment, Rovers' transfer plans have increasingly been determined by finding value in the market and recruiting players who are: a) affordable b) enhance the squad c) fit within the playing style Garner wants to gradually impose on the team and d) are in a position to grow and improve and potentially be sold at a profit.
As good as Bogle and Ledley are as individuals, they don't tick enough of these boxes with the Gas fixed on a more sustainable business model that won't just benefit the club now but in 6-12 months and beyond.
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When they aren’t chanting about fish, they’re usually singing about Omar Bogle in Grimsby. He has a selection of songs, but I think you’ll agree the chorus of Blur’s anthemic Tender — “Oh my baaaby” — fits like a glove with “Omar Booogle” as Grimsby’s creative and slightly bonkers supporters have demonstrated so passionately this season.
One rendition of their favourite serenade for League Two’s most coveted striker, from the away end at Notts County — complete with Grimsby fans dressed in trawlerman’s oilskins — went viral on social media in September. Manchester City even got involved, with a tweet from their official account pointing their 3.8 million followers in the direction of the song.
Love’s the greatest thing for Bogle. “It’s sick,” he says