Tim Howard Profile

Tim Howard

Timothy Mat­thew How­ard, born North Brun­swick, Uni­ted States, Mar­ch 6, 1979. Tim How­ard began his ca­reer wi­th the North Jer­sey Im­per­i­als be­fore he de­cided to try out his luck at the Metro Stars. Af­ter spend­ing five years wi­th the New York te­am, he joi­ned Man­chester Uni­ted for a fee of $4 mil­lion mid­way thro­ugh the 2003 Ma­jor Lea­gue Soc­cer season.

Bro­ught in as a re­place­ment for French in­ter­na­tion­al goal­keeper Fa­bi­en Bar­thez, Tim How­ard was han­ded his Pre­mier Lea­gue de­but for Man­chester Uni­ted by Sir Al­ex Fer­guson in a 4-0 tri­umph ag­ainst Bol­ton Wan­derers at Old Traf­ford on the open­ing day of the 2003-04 cam­paign. Wi­th The Reds, How­ard won the FA Com­munity Shield in 2003, the FA Cup in 2004, and the Foot­ball Lea­gue Cup in 2006. Af­ter rack­ing up 45 Pre­mier Lea­gue ap­pear­ances for Man­chester Uni­ted, he joi­ned Ever­ton on loan at the be­gin­ning of the 2006–07 sea­son and sig­ned a per­man­ent deal wi­th the Good­ison Park te­am in Feb­ruary 2007. Fol­low­ing 354 Pre­mier Lea­gue out­ings for The Tof­fees, he ev­entually joi­ned for­ces wi­th Ma­jor Lea­gue Soc­cer club Col­or­ado Rap­ids at the end of the 2015-16 term. On the in­ter­na­tion­al sta­ge, he was giv­en his seni­or de­but for the Uni­ted States in a 1-0 friendly win over Ecuador at Le­gion Field in Birm­ing­ham in Alabama on the 10th of Mar­ch 2002 and was the start­ing goal­keeper for the 2010 Wor­ld Cup in So­uth Africa. Tim How­ard Play­ing Ca­reer: North Jer­sey Im­per­i­als, Metro Stars, Man­chester Uni­ted, Ever­ton, Col­or­ado Rap­ids. Man­aging Ca­reer: None.


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