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Tim Howard

35-Year-Old Goalkeeper     Everton  Premier


Birthdate:  June 3, 1979    Birthplace:  North Brunswick, New Jersey, USA    Nationality:  USA    Height:  6' 3"    Weight:  209 lbs    

July 1, 2014    Tim Howard News

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Howard made a remarkable 16 saves during the United States' 2-1 loss to Belgium in the round of 16 at the World Cup on Tuesday.

Howard made more saves Tuesday than any goalkeeper in the last 50 years at the World Cup. While it was an incredible feat, it also shows just how strong the Belgium attack was against the Americans' defense. Howard, who was the best USA player in Brazil, will get a bit of a break before rejoining Everton for the 2014-15 Premier League season.

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June 22, 2014

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Howard made four saves in the United States' 2-2 draw with Portugal at the World Cup on Sunday.

Howard made a number of remarkable saves to keep the US in the match, but ultimately allowed a goal only seconds from the final whistle to keep the US from booking their ticket to the knockout stage. The US will need at least a draw against Germany on Thursday to reach the round of 16.

June 16, 2014

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Howard made four saves during USA's 2-1 win over Ghana in their opening match of the World Cup on Monday.

Howard was a beast in front of the net for the US, who struggled with the onslaught of shots brought by the Ghanian attack after going up 1-0 just 35 seconds into the match. It'll be harder for Howard the next time around, as the US will face Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal on Sunday.

May 30, 2014

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Howard recorded 15 clean sheets, while helping Everton qualify for the Europa League next season.

Everton were disappointed not to finish in the top-four, but Howard should be very happy with his results. Howard was only one clean sheet away from tying the league-lead (16 for Petr Cech and Wojeiech Szczesny). Howard will be back at Everton for a couple more seasons after signing a two-year extension in April.

May 11, 2014

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Howard finished off the season with a clean sheet against Hull City on Sunday.

Howard and Everton had a very nice season finishing fifth in the Premier League, just one spot from Champions League qualification. This was Howard's 14th clean sheet of the season and he looks to be in good form heading into the World Cup this summer. Everton recently locked up Howard for two more seasons a few weeks back, so don't expect any transfer news for the American goaltender.

May 3, 2014

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Howard conceded three goals and got three saves in the 2-3 loss to Manchester City on Saturday.

Champions Leagues hopes are done at this point, but it was a great campaign for Howard and Everton. Finishing fifth is nothing to sneeze at and they should be a very dangerous team next season. Howard finishes up the season at Hull City in what's to be a meaningless game for the most part.

April 27, 2014

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Howard lost his clean sheet Saturday due to two own goals in the first half of Everton's 2-0 loss to Southampton. He did manage to stop all four Southampton attempts that were on target to prevent any further damage.

Howard's disappointing day comes at the hand of some very sloppy play by his defenders. It was very untimely for fantasy owners, as well as the Everton squad as they lose ground in their fight for a Champions League place.

April 20, 2014

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Howard got a clean sheet on three saves in a 2-0 win over Manchester United Sunday.

Howard had a strong performance just days after signing a a new two-year contract, grabbing a clean sheet in a must-win match. The last three games of the season are crucial for Howard, as Everton finish up the season playing Southampton, Manchester City and Hull City.