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.

A change in manager hasn’t helped the situation but it seems as if this latest loan period never really got started. Once again therefore, John Bostock’s promising career remains firmly at the crossroads.



  1. Like many promising 15yr old`s J.B. has lost his way! Position Mid/field ? Is he skill-full ? Speed asset ? Physical Strength ? Does he posses vision? Temperament & Attitude ? All these Points are important !! I would try him according to which one`s he Excels at,then find out maybe his Future! Don`t give up yet !!

  2. I think managers want to see hard work, and a good attitude. This seems to the lacking ingredient with bostock. What a pity

    • surely its too soon to get rid….When he has not made it by the age he should have, then get rid (ie O’Hara). Bostock is still young. The club, and more importantly, himself must keep persevering.


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