April 10, 2010
World Cup 2010: UNITED STATES FIFA ranking: 16 Overall World Cup record: 6-16-3 Coach: Bob Bradley Best performance: Third place, 1930 Overview: A stunning upset of European champion Spain and a gutsy performance in a one-goal loss to Brazil in the Confederations Cup in South Africa last year might have raised American hopes too high. Landon Donovan, Tim Howard, Clint Dempsey and friends could have peaked a year too soon, especially in light of subsequent injuries to so many starters, not least of all speedy forward Charlie Davies.
July 9, 2000 |
Clint Mathis scored in the 87th minute and backup goalkeeper Tim Howard recorded his third shutout in four appearances as the New York-New Jersey MetroStars beat the Kansas City Wizards, 1-0, on Saturday before 5,810 at Kansas City, Mo. It was the first home loss of the season for Kansas City, which has a one point lead over the Galaxy in the Western Division. The MetroStars lead the East. Mathis' goal was set up by a long pass from Tab Ramos.
June 14, 2010 |
Reporting from Johannesburg, South Africa -- American goalkeeper Tim Howard , who suffered an unspecified rib or chest injury when he collided with forward Emile Heskey during Saturday night's 1-1 tie with England, is still being monitored. "He is currently receiving treatment and our trainers are closely evaluating his progress," a U.S. spokesman said Sunday evening. "He will be evaluated again in the morning to determine if any tests will be required." Howard was caught in the ribs by Heskey's boot in the game in Rustenburg and needed pain medication at halftime in order to continue.
March 10, 2002 |
The United States, coming off an impressive 4-0 soccer victory over Honduras in Seattle last weekend, plays fellow World Cup finalist Ecuador today in Birmingham, Ala. The 1 p.m. game--to be shown live on ABC and Telemundo and broadcast by the Futbol de Primera radio network--could see New York/New Jersey MetroStar goalkeeper Tim Howard make his national team debut.
July 13, 2003 |
Ricardo Clark scored on a header in the 76th minute as the MetroStars scored three goals in a seven-minute span to tie the New England Revolution, 3-3, on Saturday in front of 33,652 at Foxboro, Mass. MetroStar goalkeeper Tim Howard made 11 saves, and off the field received his English work permit, clearing the way for his transfer to Manchester United.
July 15, 2003 |
Perhaps Major League Soccer can take a perverse pride in losing 24-year-old Tim Howard. After all, the New York/New Jersey MetroStar goalkeeper is bolting the United States' domestic league for far greener pastures with Manchester United, and his seasoning in MLS is a big reason he was so highly sought after by the 15-time English Premier League champion. Howard, who is also a U.S.