Tim Howard is an American football player who is playing for Everton FC. He started his career with the "North Jersey Imperials" and then moved to Metrostars. In 2003, Manchester United signed him for their team. At there, he enjoyed relative success as FA Community Sheild 2003, the 2003 - 2004 FA Cup and the 2005 - 2006 League Cup.
Howard was born in North Brunswick, New Jersey. His parents are Matthew Howard, an African American long – distance truck driver, and Esther Howard, a native of Hungary who worked for a container packing distributor. Howard was diagnosed with Tourette syndrome when he was 12 years old.
Howard was spotted by Sir. Alex Ferguson, Manchester United Coach that time, to replace Fabien Bathez. He performed well in United jersey, especially the decisive penalty against Arsenal in the Community Shield.