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Folkestone Invicta

Bostik Premier Division

Sat 23rd Feb 2019

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Folkestone Invicta

Bostik Premier Division

Sat 2nd Mar 2019

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Folkestone Invicta


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Folkestone Invicta

Bostik Premier Division

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A product of the Invicta youth system, Johan broke into the first team in earnest in season 2013/14 after a handful of impressive performances in the previous year.

In a free-scoring Folkestone side, and under the mentorship of vastly experienced strike partner Paul Booth, the former Harvey Grammar lad hit 28 goals and helped the club finish as runners-up in what was then Ryman Division One South before they were beaten on penalties by Leatherhead in the play-off final.

Johan’s performances had attracted the attention of a string of higher level clubs and he moved to then Premiership Hull City.

 Good performances in their under 23 side took him to the fringes of the first team.

But after Steve Bruce’s departure following a row with City’s controversial Egyptian-born owner Assem Allam a string of new managers including Mike Phelan, Marco De Silva and several more left the Humberside club haunted by relegation in an unsettled three years when Ter Horst was at the KCOM Stadium.

Ter Horst was one of the many players released at the end of season 2016/17 and he moved to National League Maidstone United in the summer of 2017.

The Stones themselves had a difficult start to the current campaign and Johan found his opportunities limited to nine appearances and two goals.

Ter Horst, who will be 23 in April, was released by mutual agreement and quickly sealed a return to Folkestone after a couple of loan spells.

Signed on an 18-month contract, Johan scored five goals in his three games back at Invicta and is now back and enjoying his football once again.