Tuesday, 25 March 2014

Striker who is Addicks fan chooses Hull

Described as a 'teenage sensation', 18-year old striker Johan Ter Horst has opted to sign a three year contract with Hull City. As many as 20 big clubs have been chasing his signature and Charlton gave him a trial, but at the end of the day it came down to a choice between Bolton and Hull.

One of the attractions of the Hull offer was that he could finish the season with Folkestone Invicta and help them to secure their place in the Ryman South play off places. He scored in their 4-0 victory over Horsham on Saturday, although even the keeper managed to get on the score sheet.


Anonymous said...

Probably didn't help that Charlton wouldn't pay his expenses for his trial game at Cardiff

Brian G said...

Why wouldn't he choose Hull? They look likely to stay in the Premiership next season and we may be playing in Division One.At this time of his career, it's the better move for and him being a Charlton fan wouldn't be a major consideration for him or his advisors.