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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    

September 27, 2014    Tim Howard News

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Howard bounced back this week recording seven saves in a 1-1 draw to Liverpool Saturday.

After an ugly performance from Everton and Howard last weekend, Howard bounced back nicely in this hard fought 1-1 draw to rivals Liverpool. Howard looked like he did in the World Cup performance in this one seemingly making save after save to maintain a hard fought draw on the road. Everton have a tough matchup on the road next weekend at Manchester United but have an easy stretch after that facing Aston Villa, Burnley, Swansea and Sunderland in their next four matches.

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September 21, 2014

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Howard conceded three goals and failed to record a save in the 3-2 loss to Crystal Palace Sunday.

This was an ugly performance from the American as Everton dominated possession, but the defense couldn't keep Palace from scoring in their few opportunities. The usually reliable Everton defense has struggled this season and Howard is off limits until they find some rhythm in the back. They'll look to bounce back next weekend against cross town rivals Liverpool.

September 13, 2014

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Howard rebounded Saturday grabbing a clean sheet in the 2-0 win over West Brom.

A rebound seemed inevitable for Howard and the defense as Howard allowed a devastating six goals last weekend and only had to make one save today. Clearly the defense wanted to show that last weekend was a fluke rather then a norm and they'll look to continue that clean sheet form next weekend hosting a struggling Crystal Palace.

August 30, 2014

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Howard had a nightmare at Goodison Park allowing six goals against Chelsea in the 6-3 loss Saturday.

Everton allowed two goals in the first three minutes and things never really turned around from there. He did record three saves, but was just ravished by this potent Chelsea attack. Howard will look to rebound in their next match against a much easier West Brom.

August 23, 2014

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Howard allowed two late goals and only recorded one save in the disappointing 2-2 draw with Arsenal on Saturday.

Everton had a commanding 2-0 lead for the first 82 minutes, but then conceded two late goals to grab only one point. With that said, the defense looked strong and it's only a matter of time before Howard and the defense get on the same page. They'll look to do that next weekend against Chelsea.

August 16, 2014

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Howard allowed two goals and only made one save in the season opener against Leicester City on Saturday.

Everton had the lead twice in the game and couldn't hold it either time, settling for a somewhat disappointing draw. Playing a promoted side in their home opener is a difficult task and it only gets tougher as Howard and Everton host Arsenal and Chelsea in the coming weeks.

July 1, 2014

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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.

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.