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Howard: Everton will always be my home

24 Jan 2019
Tim Howard, Everton retires

As former USMNT captain announces final season in goal, he says Merseyside club will remain a part of him

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Former Manchester United and Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard has announced that the 2019 MLS season with the Colorado Rapids will be his last in the professional game.

The 39-year-old made the announcement on Twitter after a stellar career.

Howard has been one of the US's biggest Premier League stars. No American has made as many as his 399 appearances in the competition for United and Everton between 2003 and 2016.

The former USMNT captain, who made 121 caps, recently spoke about his time in the Premier League and the impact that had on him.

His playing career will come to an end in less than a year’s time but the New Jersey, U.S.A. native will always consider Everton "the greatest football club in the world" and the Goodison Park stadium a home.

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