Interview Reagan Ogle



Personal Details

Accrington Stanley FC
(L) Southport FC
Full Name:
Reagan Ogle
Date of Birth:
Place of birth:
Full Back
Shirt number:
27 – Southport FC


Accrington Stanley FC
2017 (on loan)
Ramsbottom United FC
2018 (on loan)
Wealdstone FC
2018- (on loan)
Southport FC


Introduce yourself…

Reagan Ogle 20 years old from Australia, I play fullback left or right. I am signed at Accrington Stanley but currently on loan to Southport till January.

What are your specific qualities as a football player?

As a footballer my specific qualities would have to be my pace both getting forward in attack and then back in to defend. I would say I am strong when it comes to physical battles and 1v1 defending, also helps that I can threaten the box with my long throw in.

You started your career in the youth system at Accrington Stanley. How did you get into that scholarship? 

My career with Accrington Stanley FC starter in the under 12s after being offered a contract during a 2 week trial I had just before making the move to England in November of 2010. After being offered a scholarship in the summer of 2015, I then went on to play majority of the league games in the two years I was in the youth team.

In November 2016, you made your professional debut in an EFL Trophy match. How important was that match for you? And how did you felt at that moment?

Was fortunate to then go on and make my debut for the first team in the EFL trophy against Wolverhampton Wanders. This was a big step up for me which meant a lot to me and my family as it was something that I’d  been working towards since I’m moved here. It was a great feeling going out and playing that game and playing well. After getting a taste for that level of football I know that’s where I want to playing on a regular basis in the near future.

In 2017 you joined Ramsbottom United FC. Why did you chose for Ramsbottom United FC and what was your time like there ?

I joined Ramsbottom FC on loan as I felt I needed to play men’s football on a regular basis to help me improve. Playing there for a month allowed me to sharpen up my game both on and off the ball and the physical side of my game as well. My loan started off well with a goal on my debut then going on to handful of games before I was fortunate enough to get a trial at Premier League club at the time Stoke City. 

You joined Stoke City FC on a trail. How did you experienced that trail ? 

I spent two weeks on trial there which was again step from where I was at with Accrington Stanley FC. It took me by surprise the pace of the football being played. Although I wasn’t offered a contract there I learnt a lot and once again i knew what I had to keep working on to get to that level of football.

In the season 2018-2019 you have played a lot of games for Southport FC. How did you excperienced that season ?

In the 2018-19 season I went on loan to Southport FC and made around 40 appearance in all competitions for them. I really enjoyed my season at Southport as it was what I needed due to not playing a lot of football the season before hand. That season helped me a lot in terms of maturing as a player and having a full season to do so. We where able to have a great cup run which came In the FA Cup. We were able to take Tranmere to a reply at home which was live on TV although we didn’t get the result we wanted on a person note I was happy to be awarded Man if the match.

You’ve played for several clubs. At which club did you  learned the most so far? 

Out of the clubs that I have played for I have certainly learnt the most at both Accrington Stanley and Southport FC. The senior players are all seasoned pros who have played hundreds of league games between them so just by watching them you pick up on a few things and they are always there if u need to ask them something. Southport has helped me in just gaining that experience of playing week in week out and a good level and getting that consistency of playing well in my game which is what I need for when I go back to Accrington  Stanley in January of this season.

What are your personal goals this season? 

I would say my goals for this season would to be go back to Accrington Stanley FC in January and push my way into the first team. If I am unable to do that and need to go out on loan again I would like to challenge my self and play in a higher league then where I have currently been on loan.


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