Spurs flop Bostock makes Belgium move


Former Tottenham midfielder John Bostock has signed a two-year contract with Belgian side Royal Antwerp.

The 21-year-old joined Spurs in 2008 from Crystal Palace in a controversial move which ended up costing us £700,000 in a tribunal. Bostock failed to live up to his billing as a future England international at the Lane and only ever made three sub appearances.

Various loan deals followed, the latest being at MLS outfit Toronto towards the end of the last campaign before he was released by Spurs. He will now work under Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink at the Belgian outfit as he looks to get his career back on track.

Bostock tweeted: “Delighted to announce that I’ve signed for Royal Antwerp FC today. Can’t wait to start the season and really looking forward to working under my new coach Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink.

Can Bostock finally knuckle down and salvage his career in Belgium?  Well that remains to be seen

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