Tim Howard

Professional goalkeeper Timothy Matthew Howard (born March 6, 1979) was American. Memphis 901 FC, a USL Championship minority owner and sports director, employed him. Everton's US ambassador. 

Howard started with the North Jersey Imperials before joining the MetroStars. In 2003, Manchester United signed him after his performances. 

Howard was born in North Brunswick, New Jersey, to African-American truck driver Matthew Howard and his Hungarian wife Esther (née Fekete).

In 1997, Mulqueen became the coach of the USISL's North Jersey Imperials and the MetroStars' goalkeeping coach. He considered Howard for the Imperials.

The MetroStars defeated Colorado 4–1 at Giants Stadium on August 18, 1998, with Howard saving five.

At the 1999 FIFA World Youth Championship in Nigeria, Howard's US under-20 team defeated England and Cameroon before losing to Spain in the Round of 16.

Howard was selected for the 1999 Pan American Games under-23 team in July 1999. Canada lost the bronze medal match to the US.

Howard has a Hungarian passport.He has two children with Laura Cianciola Howard, his ex-wife "Christ is my life," he says.

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