Tim Howard, current goalkeeper for the US Mens National Team and Everton FC, has plans to release a memoir titled “The Goalkeeper” in December, according to MLSsoccer.com. US Soccer and Everton fans alike will be anxious to read the words of the famous goalkeeper, whose remarkable performance in the World Cup brought him international recognition and fame.
Howard broke the World Cup save record and provided a backbone for the team’s defense. His career started with the NJ Imperials of the US Soccer League, and was transferred to the MetroStars (now known as the NY Red Bulls) after one season. He was then transferred to Manchester United, and switched to Everton in 2007 where he’s played ever since.
In middle school Howard was diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome, but hasn’t let it hold him back throughout his career. He’s played at the highest levels and proved himself everywhere. He’s America’s all-time best goalkeeper, and this year’s World Cup was the culmination of his successes. The book is going to tell the story of Howard’s life and career from the beginning, and will likely inspire many to follow their dreams the way Howard has.
The memoir will be released December 9th by Harper Collins publishers.