Tim Howard Profile
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.