Graham Ogg

Full Name: William Graham Ogg
Age: 43 (10.09.1966)
Playing Position: Left Back
Born: Elderslie, Scotland
Nationality: Scottish
Height: 6' 1 ½"
Transfer In: £15,000* - Queen's Park
Date Signed: 13.06.1991
Date Left: _._.1993
Transfer Out: Released - Largs Thistle
Former Clubs: Ferguslie United, Queen's Park, Morton, Largs Thistle
Current Employment: Owns the Go-Driver driving instructor school in Paisley.
Honours with Morton:
Personal Honours:
Miscellaneous: * Morton are believed to have paid a fee of between £15,000 and £30,000 for Graham, even though Queen's Park are amateur and had no right to a fee.

According to the 'about us' page on the GO-Driver website, Graham set up his business while playing for Morton. The page also states that he had to retire after sustaining an inury while on trial with Preston North End.

Morton career - starts, sub appearances, goals:

Div 1: 17, 2, 0 Lge Cup: 1,0,1 Ch. Cup: 2,0,0 Scot C: 1,0,0
Div 1: 0 Lge Cup: 0 Ch. Cup: 0 Scot C: 0

League: 17, 2, 0 Lge Cup: 1,0,1 Ch. Cup: 2,0,0 Scot C: 1,0,0

Overall: 21 Starts, 2 Sub App, 1 Goal


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1 comment:

Graham Ogg said...


Graham Ogg here. I came across your webpage and thought I would correct some of your information.
Firstly Queens Park did not receive any fee from Morton because you are correct they are an amateur club.
The fee was in fact £15,000.00 which was to me the player however during negotiations the chairman asked for it to be game related. £8,000.00 on signing, £4000.00 after 15 appearances and a further £3000.00 after 30 appearances.
I played 29 games in my first season and never received the final £3000.00. During my second season I was top goal scorer and captain of the reserves but was never given the 30th game so as the club didn't have to pay the final installment.
After leaving Morton in 1993 I did break my leg whilst on trial at Preston and came back and spent 3 years at Auchinleck Talbot winning 2Ayrshire league titles and numorous cups before moving to Scottish Cup holders Largs.
I finished playing in 1996 before embarking on a very successfull coaching career which involved being head coach of the Scottish Youth FA National under 18s whilst being a youth Coach at Queens Park and leading the 2000/2001 under 16s to the scottish cup and league title without dropping a point which has never been done before or since.
In 2003 I moved to Motherwell FC and for the past 8 years have been working with some very successful youth teams before retiring from coaching due to business committments.
I now own and run West of Scotland Chauffeur Drive Ltd, West of Scotland Coach Hire Ltd & West of Scotland Wedding Cars. We have a very lucrative contract with a major sponsor of the European Golf Tour which involves me event managing transport logistics at events all over Europe. I am also working a bit more on my own swing nowadays and is a doting facther to one daughter Antonnia.(7)
I hope this information helps you.

Graham 07770 302825