Tim Howard bids Everton fans goodbye (Video)


Tim Howard said goodbye to the faithful Everton fans after 10 years in goal at Goodison Park.

It’s been a memorable career for Tim Howard at Everton.

The USMNT keeper played in his final game at Goodison Park and bid farewell to the faithful supporters who cheered, booed, and showed up every game during Howard’s tenure.

After 141 games with Everton, a new era is beginning for Howard and the Premier League side. They will have a new coach and new starting goalie for the 2016-17 Premier League season. Howard will return to The States to play for MLS side Colorado Rapids.

"WATCH: @timhowardgk bids an emotional farewell to Goodison Park after 10 years of service. #EFChttps://t.co/RSk7hRl8MH— Everton (@Everton) May 15, 2016"

Before Sunday’s game, Howard penned a letter to the Everton fans he played in front of week in and week out during his 10-year tenure with the Premier League side.

Howard won’t play his first MLS game since his move to Everton until July when his transfer is officially completed during the Summer transfer window. Until then, Howard will be busy training with the USMNT in their friendlies before the Copa America and during the historic event in June.

The goalie ended an era on Sunday and in a classy gesture thanked those who showed up and gave their support at Goodison Park and on the road. His tenure with Everton was a successful one and Howard doesn’t look like he is slowing down anytime soon as he brings his services to MLS and continued leadership to the USMNT.

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