Howard on the USA team

Tim Howard believes that the USA team has great potential and that they can qualify for the next World Cup.

He was speaking after the game that saw the USA draw against Venezuela.

The USA players have been the subject of many critics who considered only Howard to have performed at his best. However, the USA goalkeeper believes that there are some good players in the team and that they will soon be delivering the goods.

Tim Howard Prepares for must-win Game Against Trinidad & Tobago

Tim Howard and his USA team will face off against Trinidad & Tobago in a crunch World Cup qualifier on Thursday following an international friendly against Venezuela in Salt Lake City.


The USMNT have qualified for the last four World Cups on the trot, but they appear at risk of ending this streak having fallen behind Mexico, Costa Rica and Panama in the standings.

ARENA – GUZAN COULD START NEXT MONTH

United States coach Bruce Arena has revealed that goalkeeper Brad Guzan could start next month for the national team.


The US is set to play Honduras and Panama in crucial World Cup qualifiers next month. The two top choice keepers Guzan and Tim Howard are doubts for the games but Arena has said that they could return ahead of time.

HOWARD EYES RAPIDS RETURN

Tim Howard is eyeing a return to action for Colorado Rapids.


The player who spent a decade in the Premier League is facing a difficult time after a “quiet” off season as he described and recovering full fitness after an injury in November.

Howard to miss out games

Colorado Rapids goalkeeper Tim Howard is expected to be out for 4 months after being injured.


He suffered a knock while representing the United States in the match against Mexico and has had to undergo a surgery.

TIM HOWARD TO MISS COSTA RICA’S GAME

Tim Howard, who recently suffered an adductor strain against Mexico on Friday night, has been declared unfit for USA’s World Cup qualifiers against Costa Rica on Tuesday.


He therefore is expected to return to Colorado, where he plays at club level for the Rapids so as to undergo further evaluations and any treatments.

I WAS RIGHT TO LEAVE - TIM HOWARD

This was the position of former Everton goalkeeper, Tim Howard who believes it was the right time for him to leave Everton after uncovering he would join the Colorado Rapids in MLS.


The 37-year old goalkeeper has joined them at Goodison Park since 2007, appearing over 400 times for the Merseyside club after joining from Manchester United.

Tim Howard Warns about Swansea Boss Bob Bradley’s Quality

Tim Howard has warned Premier League fans that they should not take new Swansea manager Bob Bradley lightly.


There may be a tendency to look Bradley with a hint of suspicion given that he has not made his name at the top level of the game. Instead, Bradley has focused more on the MLS football and the United States national team. Coming straight into the Premier League requires a lot of skill and talent, which Bradley possesses in abundance according to Howard. The former Everton goalkeeper knows a thing or two about the manager after having played under him with the national team over the last few years.

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