Former Cardiff City striker Omar Bogle says he has already recorded a music track which will be out soon.
The English-born Ghanaian forward hinted that he has love for Music aside football and was in the studios in May to do his maiden track which will hit the market soon.
“I started recording music in May. I’ve been writing music for the past five or six years. We have a lot of spare time as footballers,” Bogle told BBC
“Music is like my therapy. Football is an emotional rollercoaster. I just write to music and write what I feel, that’s how I vent to myself.”
The attacker also touched on how he is coping after been released by Championship side Cardiff City after his contract expired.
“I’m going to be a treasure for somebody else, for another club and another manager. I enjoyed my time at Cardiff, made some great friends and met some great people.”
“I never think it’s a bad thing being a free agent. It depends on what you’re coming off the back of. If you’re coming off an injury and you haven’t played for a long time, then you can find yourself in a difficult position.”
“I know how good I am and I know how hard I’ve worked to get to where I am. This is the first time I’ve been in this position since I was 17. Me now is totally different to then. Back then, I felt like the world was ending. My head was gone.” He added.
Bogle, 27, spent this season in loan at Dutch Eredivise outfit ADO Den Haag where he made five league appearances scoring one goal.