Soccer News NetBig Apple SoccerLA Soccer NewsChicagoland Soccer NewsDallas Soccer NewsPhilly Soccer NewsNew England Soccer NewsPhilly Soccer News HomeD.C. Soccer NewsSunshine Soccer News

U.S. MEN'S NATIONAL TEAM

November 13, 2016
SIDELINED
Howard to miss Costa Rica match with adductor injury


An addudctor injury has sidelined Tim Howard from Tuesday's World Cup qualifier in Costa Rica.
An addudctor injury has sidelined Tim Howard from Tuesday's World Cup qualifier in Costa Rica.
Linda Cuttone/Sports Vue Images
CHICAGO - U.S. national team goalkeeper Tim Howard has been diagnosed with an injury to his right adductor suffered during the USA's 2-1 World Cup qualifying loss to Mexico in Columbus, Ohio Friday night.

Howard left the game in the 40th minute as Brad Guzan replaced him.

The injury will force Howard to miss the USA-Costa Rica World Cup qualifier in San Jose, Costa Rica Tuesday.

Howard has returned to Colorado for further evaluation and to determine treatment plans.

His Major League Soccer team, the Colorado Rapids, has advanced to the Western Conference final as it will host the Seattle Sounders next Sunday in the first of a two-game, aggregate-goals series.

The U.S. team departed Sunday afternoon for San Jose, in advance of the meeting. Kickoff from the Estadio Nacional is set for 9 p.m. ET. The match will be broadcast on beIN SPORTS and NBC Universo.
   
Contact Us | Help | Advertising Information | Terms of Use |Privacy Policy | Site Map
Sports Vue Interactive
© 2015 Sports Vue Interactive, LLC All Rights Reserved