Date of birth
Powerful former Grimsby Town striker looking to make a name for himself at the DW Stadium and continue an impressive rise from non-league into the EFL.
Birmingham-born Bogle signed a two and a half year deal for an undisclosed fee from Grimsby Town on transfer deadline day in January 2017, scoring twice on his debut at home in a 2-2 draw versus Norwich City the following week – adding to the 19 he had already scored for the Mariners in Sky Bet League Two that season.
He followed that up with a coolly-taken penalty at QPR, but wasn’t able to add to his tally before a thigh injury threatened to end his season – in fact only returning for the final two games of the season when he was a late substitute at Reading and started the final game of the season versus Leeds United.
CAREER SO FAR
A total of 38 goals for Grimsby Town in just one-and-a-half seasons gained the attention of many clubs as he helped the Mariners win promotion from the National League to League Two.
Bogle played his youth football for West Bromwich Albion, Birmingham City before a spell at Celtic. He moved into non-league football with Hinckley United and Solihull Moors in order to secure first team opportunities and it was definitely a case of one step-back to make several forwards. He helped Moors win promotion to the National League in 2015 after scoring 29 goals and winning the National League North's Player of the Year award.