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Johan Ter Horst

Johan must be one of our great success stories, certainly in recent seasons – though at this moment it’s very much an ongoing story and one of ‘Watch This Space’!!

The son of an English mum and Dutch father, who grew up in Hythe and went to school (like several others of our lads) within sight of our ground, Johan was involved with our youth sides from an early age and eventually made his first team debut in season 2012/13 and announced himself with two cracking goals in a home 2-2 draw with ultra-ambitious Maidstone United.

Seven goals in 15 starts and nine sub appearances  that first season, when he was still at school, earned him a virtually automatic first team spot from the start of the 2013/14 campaign which he ended as our leading goalscorer (if only by one from Paul Booth, who is twice his age!) with 27 in leaugue games and cup-ties

Perhaps the two goals that really had people taking notice where two superb efforts against powerful Ryman Premier Division Kingstonian who left The Fullicks Stadium with their tails between their legs after Invicta’s excellent 2-0 victory in the FA Trophy.

Scouts flocked to watch Folkestone wherever we played and no end of clubs were said to be interested in signing the teenage terror!

Eventually Steve Bruce took the plunge and signed the Young Dutch Master for a fee which remains undisclosed, but clearly includes add-ons for appearances, goals and possible sell-on fee – though that, in particular, is surely some way into the future.

Johan announced his arrival in The Tigers’ Under 21 side with a goal in their 1-1 draw at Sunderland, and had already appeared as sub with the first team in a number of pre-season friendlies, as well as on tour with City’s development side in Valencia.

He ended the night laden with trophies at our end of season awards night, though club captain Liam Friend denied him a total clean sweep with the Players’ Player trophy.

Naturally all at Invicta wish this fine young player every success and will be keeping a close eye on his progress in the years to come.