Tim Howard after next season, goodbye to professional football. “I look forward to the start of the coming season in the Major League Soccer (MLS), because it is also my last”, and showed the almost forty-year goalkeeper Colorado Rapids Tuesday to know on Twitter.
“Later, there will still be time enough for emotions, now I want to enjoy every minute. As I always have done, I will continue to work hard for the Rapids to victories.”
Howard came in 2016 in the MLS visit, after ten years in the Premier League for Everton. Between 2003 and 2006, he arrived in England for Manchester United. Howard started his career in America in the New York/New Jersey Metrostars, now the New York Red Bulls. In 2002 he was voted Goalkeeper of the Year in the MLS, in which Manchester United him to Europe took.
With the U.s. national team, he collected more than a hundred caps. The goalkeeper threw high eyes on the soccer world cup of Brazil in 2014, where he will be the Red Devils in the eighth-finals with some great saves quite a challenge. Belgium placed itself in spite of the sixteen saves from Howard after renewals (2-1) for the quarter-finals.