Ian Bogie

Midfielder, Football team manager

1967 –

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Who is Ian Bogie?

Ian Bogie is a former footballer, now manager at Conference National club Stockport County. He spent two decades as a professional player, from 1985 up until 2001 he was playing in the Football League, where he made 382 appearances.

Started out at Newcastle United in the mid-1980s, he signed with Preston North End in 1989, moving on to Millwall two years later. In 1993 he joined Leyton Orient, and after another two years moved on to Port Vale, where he saw out the century. A legend at Vale, he made over 150 appearances. He then had spells at Kidderminster Harriers, Bedlington Terriers and finally Gateshead.

He moved into management once his playing career had finished, taking up the reins at Gateshead in 2007. He guided the club to two successive promotions via the play-offs in 2008 and 2009 to take them from the Northern Premier League to the Conference National, before he was sacked in December 2012. He was appointed manager of Stockport County in March 2013, and was unable to save the club from relegation out of the Conference.

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Born
Dec 6, 1967
Newcastle upon Tyne
Nationality
  • England
Profession
Lived in
  • Newcastle upon Tyne

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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