John Bostock

Tottenham Hotspur

Transfer Window Review: Tottenham Hotspur

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We are delighted to announce that we've reached agreement with AS Roma for the transfer of Erik Lamela #THFC Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) August 30, 2013 Five word review: Spending the Bale out fund. In: Erik Lamela (Roma, £30m), Roberto Soldado (Valencia, £26m), Paulinho (Corinthians, £17m), Christian Eriksen (Ajaz, £11.

Whatever happened to John Bostock?

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Four years ago, 16-year-old John Bostock moved from Crystal Palace to Tottenham Hotspur for pennies. At least that's what then Eagle's chairman Simon Jordan claimed.

The actual price, decided by a tribunal, was £700,000.

Has Wilfred Zaha got the right attitude to succeed in the Premier League?

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The young Crystal Palace star has been called up for the England squad to face Sweden. Since then Zaha has been talking to the press about his ambitions both domestically and internationally in the game.

Confidence is an important quality in a good player and something that the 20 year old has in abundance.

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A Spurs XI were back on the pitch last night and after a widescale culling of the youth players, those that remain began their quest for a place in the first team squad.

Overall, it was a strong Spurs side that beat Kingstonian by two goals to one and it included players that had already seen first team action – either at White Hart Lane or at a loan club further down the pyramid.

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You have to fill a 25 man squad with somebody and given the three major loan departures and one permanent sale earlier this week, perhaps it's no surprise at some of the names being included by Spurs this week.

In addition to those departures, Tom Carroll and John Bostock also went out to Derby and Sheffield Wednesday respectively so are David Bentley, Bongani Khumalo and Simon Dawkins literally there to ‘make up the numbers?

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Assistant Kevin Bond was giving little away in terms of team news yesterday while he did confirm that there were injury doubts over Scott Parker, Younes Kaboul and Gareth Bale,

"Younes missed training on Wednesday, while both Gareth and Scotty had to come out of training early with slight muscle problems," he said.

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The club website sprang into action again yesterday afternoon and highlighted a double strike for our forgotten man John Bostock as a strong Spurs XI demolished a weaker Celtic side by four goals to one at the Lodge.

Perhaps it was more telling that John had started the game on the subs' bench and only came into action after an injury to Cameron Lancaster, who had opened the scoring in the 18th minute.

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Denied the opportunity to gain revenge on West Ham for a couple of poor results last season, a Spurs XI hosted a side from our championship near-neighbours at Chadwell Heath yesterday and ran out comfortable winners by five goals to two.

With the need for a Europa League understudy squad, there are fewer loan deals at the Lane for some of our younger players, so it was a chance for many to get some much needed action.

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Several of Spurs' fringe players got a useful run out at the Lodge yesterday as a club XI beat Leyton Orient 3-1.

Aaron Lennon played for 45 minutes as he continues his comeback from injury while there was a much needed run out for John Bostock and for the likes of Tom Carroll and Yago Falque who will be kicking their heals as the Europa League takes a break.

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As Spurs prepare for their Europa League match with Shamrock Rovers this week, the big question once again will be over team selection. Harry Redknapp has taken the opportunity to blood some of the youngsters in the squad and the likes of Harry Kane, Andros Townsend and Tom Carroll have all been given the chance to show their long term value to the club.

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With the lack of transfer activity at Spurs so far, and so much speculation regarding Luka Modric and our pursuit of strikers, it's been difficult to focus on the approaching season and assess how we can improve.

Following our first taste of Champions League football last season, Spurs fans know that this side can compete at a higher level, and obviously everyone's desperate to bring those special nights back to the Lane.

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A couple of weeks ago we looked at some of the younger players in the Spurs set up and argued as to whether they should be sent out for further loan spells or whether the time had come to give them a chance in the first team squad.

While we considered Harry Kane, Andros Townsend and John Bostock, Jake Livermore was overlooked – largely because it seemed he was on the verge of joining Rangers on a season long loan.

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Unlike John Bostock who we discussed yesterday, Andros Townsend doesn't seem to have too many issues with loan deals and that looks to be another likely scenario for next season.

Since 2009, Andros has played for 6 different loan clubs and made a decent impression wherever he has been.

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Like we saw with Danny Rose yesterday, there are several young players in the Tottenham ranks who are facing the decision as to whether another loan spell is needed or whether the time has come to make them regular members of the first team squad.

John Bostock is similar in that sense but the problem seems to be that loan spells and John don't go that well together.

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As last season drew to a close it appeared that Spurs only hope for European football was the Europa League that came with 5th place. Arguments raged as to whether or not this was a good thing and it appeared Harry Redknapp and a number of his players didn't seem keen on the idea.

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It seems odd that a player of 19 may have reached the ‘crossroads' of a career, but John Bostock seems to fit that scenario at the moment. John has been discussed before, but his situation has moved on slightly with a return to Tottenham and a couple of goals at Spurs Lodge that have capped some reports of good overall form.

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There was good news for Spurs fans as Tom Huddlestone came through eighty minutes of action at the Lodge yesterday as a Tottenham XI beat Barnet by two goals to one.

The game was also notable for the return of mystery man John Bostock and it was Spurs who opened the scoring on five minutes with a penalty from Kudus Oyenuga.

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Recently on this site, somebody begged the question ‘Where is John Bostock?' It seemed a good question at the time and one which deserved an answer.

Bostock arrived at Spurs amidst much publicity from Crystal Palace in March 2008. His arrival was met with disgust at Selhurst Park, where Simon Jordan launched into a full blown hissy fit at the fee decided by tribunal.

Video: John Bostock scores a screamer on his Hull City debut

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Spurs loanee makes immediate impression Tottenham midfielder and England under 19 starlet John Bostock made an immediate impression after joining Championship outfit Hull City on loan. The youngster fired in the opening goal from 30-yards as the Tigers defeated Swansea. Video via 101GG

Too Much, Too Young

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"Bloody foreigners, eh? Coming over here, taking our jobs. Disgusting, innit mate?" The sort of xenophobic nonsense you'd expect to be spouted from the spittle-flecked lips of an "I'm-not-racist-but..." Griffin apologist in a Dagenham boozer - not by a Premier League footballer. And yet Spurs midfielder John Bostock has decided to make public his gripe that the club's "foreign contingent" are

Tottenham to Make £5m Bid to Sign Championship Starlet: Redknapp Sets Sights on Connor Wickham

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White Hart Lane boss lines up move for Championship star in the making.

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Tottenham have launched a bold £5million bid to sign Ipswich starlet Connor Wickham.
Boss Harry Redknapp wants to complete a deal in the summer for the highly-rated young striker, who only turned 17 five weeks ago.

Spurs Youngsters in England Squad – Next Stop League 2?

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Away from the travails of the first team, some good news this week. Spurs have four players in the England under 19 squad, John Bostock, Steven Caulker, Ryan Mason and Dean Parret. Congratulations to them all, and for many of us this may be as close as we ever come to seeing them. Spurs have a [...]

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Toronto FC Looking To The Premier League For Reinforcements

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Toronto FC's new manager Ryan Nelsen just finished playing in the Premier League for Queens Park Rangers, so it should not be a surprise to lean that Nelsen is tapping his UK contacts to help out TFC.

Ephraim has not started a game for QPR all season, but obviously Nelsen saw something in training to make him want to take Ephraim on a season long loan.

Out mit the alt, in mit the neu

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No Pat... we said "Young DP"  You can take his face off of the sides of those milk cartons - Kevin Payne was not missing after all. On the heels of Torsten Frings' almost emotional and extremely classy goodbye to TFC, the club president was finally forced to update his very concerned fan base about the lack of incoming players.

Swindon Town

Paolo Di Canio wants to use his own money to keep players on loan at Swindon Town

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In addition to being insane, Swindon Town manager Paolo Di Canio is also insanelycompetitive. This has resulted in the club winning promotion to League One in his first season and currently sitting fifth in the table in his second, but it's also resulted in him kicking his players, mowing the pitch, berating his goalkeeper and proclaiming that he does what he wants and no one can stop him.

Partita stregata per lo Swindon di Paolo Di Canio

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Partita stregata per lo Swindon di Paolo Di Canio Di Renato Cignoni Swindon Town – 1 (Ritchie '8) Doncaster Rovers- 1 (Hollands (aut) '11) Swindon Town: Wes Foderingham; Nathan Thompson, Aden Flint, Darren Ward, Joe Devera (Cap); Matt Ritchie, Danny Hollands, John Bostock, Raffaele De Vita, Chris Martin, Andy Williams Doncaster Rovers: Gary Woods, Paul Quinn, James Husband, Rob

Lo Swindon di Paolo Di Canio vola al terzo posto

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Lo Swindon di Paolo Di Canio vola al terzo posto Di Renato Cignoni Swindon Town 4 (Williams '24, '28 '90 Collins, Ward '43) Yeovil 1 (Hayter '41) Swindon Town: Wes Foderingham, Alan McCormack (Capt), Joe Devera, Darren Ward, Jay McEveley, Matt Ritchie, Simon Ferry, John Bostock, Gary Roberts, Andy Williams, James Collins Yeovil Town: Marek Stech, Luke Ayling, Jame McAllister (Capt

Lo Swindon di Paolo Di Canio

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Lo Swindon di Paolo Di Canio Di Renato Cignoni Swindon Town - 1 (De Vita '25) Crewe Alexandra - 2 (Moore '30, '41) Swindon Town:Wes Foderingham, Joe Devera, Alan McCormack (C), Troy Archibald-Henville, Jay McEveley, Raffaele De Vita, Tommy Miller, Simon Ferry, Gary Roberts, James Collins, Adam Rooney Sostituti: Leigh Bedwell, John Bostock, Darren Ward, Matt Ritchie, Aaron Oakley,

Orgoglio Swindon

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Orgoglio Swindon Di Renato Cignoni Swindon Town - 2 (Roberts '77, Collins '80) Coventry City - 2 (McGoldrick '13, '38) Swindon Town: Wes Foderingham, Nathan Thompson, Aden Flint , Darren Ward, Jay McEveley, Matt Ritchie, Simon Ferry, Tommy Miller (C), Gary Roberts, John Bostock, Paul Benson Sostituti: Leigh Bedwell , Troy Archibald-Henville, Federico Bessone, James Collins, Raffaele

Un poco invidiabile tris per lo Swindon Town

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Un poco invidiabile tris per lo Swindon Town Di Renato Cignoni Johnstone Paint Trophy Oxford - 1 (Potter '88) Swindon – 0 Swindon: Wes Foderingham, Joe Devera, Alan McCormack (Cap), Darren Ward, Federico Bessone, Adam Rooney, Simon Ferry, Giles Coke, Raffaele De Vita, Paul Benson, Andy Williams Sostituti: Tommy Miller, Aden Flint , Nathan Thompson, Miles Storey, John BostockÂ

Lo Swindon Town festeggia la vittoria del campionato con cinque reti

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Lo Swindon Town festeggia la vittoria del campionato con cinque reti Di Renato Cignoni SWINDON TOWN - 5 (Ritchie '38, Benson '51, '65, '67 Flint, Connell '85) PORT VALE - 0 Swindon Town:Wes Foderingham;Paul Caddis (Capitano), Aden Flint, Alan McCormack, Jay McEveley, Matt Ritchie (Rooney '80), Simon Ferry, Oliver Risser (Smith '67), Lee Holmes, Paul Benson, John Bostock (Connell '73)

Swindon Town: Il cuore del leone

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Swindon Town: Il cuore del leone Di Renato Cignoni SWINDON TOWN 1 (Holmes '52)NORTHAMPTON TOWN 0 Swindon Town:Wes Foderingham,Joe Devera, Alan McCormack (cap), Aden Flint, Jay McEveley, Luke Rooney (De Vita '51), Simon Ferry, Oliver Risser (Smith '84), Lee Holmes, Paul Benson, Ronan Murray ( Connell '82)Sostituti: John Bostock, Nathan Thompson Northampton Town:Neal Kitson, John Johnson, Clarke

Nulla di fatto per lo Swindon

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Nulla di fatto per lo Swindon Di Renato Cignoni SWINDON TOWN 0BRISTOL ROVERS 0 Swindon Town:Wes Foderingham,Joe Devera, Alan McCormack (Capitano), Aden Flint, Jay McEveley, Matt Ritchie (Rooney '58), Simon Ferry, Jonathan Smith, Lee Holmes, Alan Connell (Benson '60), Ronan Murray (De Vita '72)Sostituti non utilizzati: Oliver Risser, John Bostock Bristol Rovers:Scott Bevan; Woodards Danny, Tom

Sheffield Wednesday

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When John Bostock went out on loan to Sheffield Wednesday, manager Harry Redknapp's endorsement claimed that this type of deal always looked promising for the player in the early stages but never seemed to work out in the long run.

However, Bostock's spell at the Owls seems to have been unsuccessful from the outset and after four games, including two substitute appearances, the player is back at White Hart Lane.

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The club has announced that Tom Carroll has joined Derby County on loan and will stay there until the end of the season. Tom has featured heavily in our Europa League campaign and this looks to be an ideal move for the player as Derby look to push into the play off places.

"We are delighted to welcome Tom on board.

The Rest

AFTER 90: "The Blurst a Man Can Get"

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KICK OFF: Apparently this is supposed to be one of TFC's "winnable" away fixtures. Uh-huh. With an injured list that looks like an episode of M*A*S*H and without the valuable hard work and determination of the waived John Bostock (MegaLOLz), The Reds try to tea party their way out of another dismal night on the road.

THE MATCHUP: "Visit a last place team and let them freeze in the cold"

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The future home of Harry Redknapp
Like some kind of Texan version of Oliver the Jeweller, FC Dallas is the club that buys our old, unwanted designated players.

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It will be interesting to watch Simon Dawkins' progress at Villa Park over the coming weeks as he completes his loan spell with Paul Lambert's side. Dawkins is an interesting player – already 25 years old and at Spurs for his entire career but yet to make a first team appearance for his parent club.

Sei punti nell'uovo di Pasqua dello Swindon

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Sei punti nell'uovo di Pasqua dello Swindon Di Renato Cignoni BARNET 0SWINDON TOWN 2 (Murray '14, '32 Risser) Swindon Town:Wes Foderingham,Joe Devera, Aden Flint, Alan McCormack, Jay McEveley, Luke Rooney (Thompson '78), Jonathan Smith (Ferry '56), Oliver Risser, Raffaele De Vita (Connell '81), Paul Benson, Ronan MurraySostituti non utilizzati: Phil Smith , John Bostock Barnet:Dean Brill,


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Some early morning rumors from Europe.

Blackpool have an offer of £1m for DJ Campbell rejected by Leicester City, leaving manager Ian Holloway to turn his attention to Nottingham Forest striker Nathan Tyson.

Real Madrid target Mesut Ozil is set to remain at Werder Bremen until his current contract runs out at the end of next season, when he can leave the club for free.