Ogilvie 'can't wait' to work with Bell after signing Aberdeen extension

Francesca Ogilvie is excited by new boss Colin Bell's vision for Aberdeen after signing a two-year contract extension.

The left-sided midfielder was one of the first players to sign a semi-professional contract with the Dons back in 2022 and served as the club's vice-captain last term.

After Aberdeen's eighth-place finish in the SWPL, head coach Clinton Lancaster left the club this summer and has been replaced by 62-year-old Bell, who steered Eintracht Frankfurt to Champions League glory in 2015 and was most recently in charge of South Korea.

"I’m delighted to be here for another two years," Ogilvie, 22, told club media.

"After speaking to Colin and hearing his vision for Aberdeen I knew it was something I wanted to be part of.

"He’s ready to hit the ground running which is the attitude we need.

"He made it clear I am someone he wants to work with and he will help to get the best out of me. With his vast experience it’s a real positive for the entire squad.

"We know where we want to be and I can’t wait to get started."