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I can't say anything good about Bogle because that's cost us the game," Warnock said of the striker who had scored and been sent off at Ashton Gate for a reckless lunge.
Bogle went from goalscoring hero to red-card villain at Bristol City
But Bogle, 24, said: "When I was younger, I would say my mental state wasn't right.
Though he has only started two games this season, the productivity of Cardiff's attack when Bogle plays is startlingly different to when he does not.
Let's take the foot off the accelerator and ease it gently over the brake," said Bogle, adding that this would be difficult to do.
Bogle, who appeared in court via a videolink from prison, also denied a charge of having a flick knife in a public place.
Prior to joining NGKF, Bogle was a Partner with EY and spent over two decades with real estate firms including CBRE, JLL and Savills Studley.
Bogle put Grimsby in front at home to Stevenage and it was 2-0 when Luke Summerfield slotted in.
Bogle co-wrote the track with Dr Ian Jamieson, a GP from Largs in Ayrshire, and sings on it.
Liverpool Crown Court heard that Bogle, of Adelaide Road, Kensington, stole amounts ranging from PS300 to PS3,500 between May 2 and June 20 last year.
Bogle as its senior vice president and chief commercial officer.
Harold Bogle has been named as chairman of IBD, while Didier Denat and Malcolm Price will succeed him as co-heads of its global financial sponsors group.
GATESHEAD have missed out on top summer target Omar Bogle after the 22-yearold hot shot opted instead to sign for National League rivals Grimsby Town.
On 25 minutes Lowestoft keeper Ashlee Jones again saved with his feet to deny Bogle, but on 35 minutes he could do nothing to deny Reece Fleet as the Solihull midfielder scored from Beswick's cross.