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Royal Blue Mersey Dec 17, 2014

Tim Howard to Alter New Book

Tim Howard has pulled all mention of Brad Friedel attempting to block his move to the Premier League from his new book The Keeper Tim Howard will be removing a passage from his new book The Kepper that stated Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Brad Friedel attempted to block his move to Manchester United in 2003. The Everton goalkeeper believed that when gathering support for his move to England, Brad Friedel actively sought to prevent Howard's move overseas. But today Howard released a statement regarding his book via Twitter. My statement regarding my book and Brad Friedel...
Daily Telegraph Dec 16, 2014
Everton's Tim Howard removes criticism of Brad Friedel from autobiography

Everton's Tim Howard removes criticism of Brad Friedel from autobiography

Everton goalkeeper Howard removes claim that Friedel tried to block transfer to Manchester United from autobiography but stops short of giving fellow American keeper an apology

FOX Sports to hire Brad Friedel as soccer analyst beginning next year

Spurs' veteran goalkeeper will be hanging up his gloves and taking to the airwaves in a new job as soccer analyst with FOX. Brad Friedel is getting a new gig. The veteran goalkeeper, currently third choice at Tottenham Hotspur behind Hugo Lloris and Michel Vorm, will be hanging up his gloves and taking a job with the FOX network as a soccer analyst beginning next year. The news was announced just a bit ago in a segment aired on the FOX network. Friedel, 43, signed a one-year contract extension with Tottenham Hotspur this past summer but it was expected that he would probably retire by the...

Brad Friedel accused of sabotaging Tim Howard's transfer to Manchester United in new book

The Everton keeper accuses Friedel of refusing to sign a character reference that would have helped ease his transfer to Man U back in 2003. The American contingent in the Premier League is typically a tight one, but cracks have appeared in the facades of two of USA's best and brightest talents this week. Everton and US National Team keeper Tim Howard, writing in his forthcoming autobiography "The Keeper," has accused former American international and current Tottenham Hotspur player Brad Friedel of deliberately trying to "sabotage" his transfer to Manchester United back in 2003. Howard...
Royal Blue Mersey Dec 4, 2014

Friedel calls for Tim howard apology

Former Liverpool 'keeper reacts angrily to claims made by his former USMNT teammate Brad Friedel has demanded an apology from Tim Howard and labelled claims he tried to sabotage the Everton man's move to Manchester United in 2003 as "garbage". Howard makes the claim in his upcoming autobiography, suggesting that Friedel tried to ensure Howard would fail to obtain a work permit for his move to United from Metrostars. In his book, Howard claims: I needed character references from other players. Manchester United asked former U.S. captain John Harkes, the first American to play in the Premier...
ESPN FC Nov 30, 2014

Tottenham's Brad Friedel scores from half-court in NBA challenge

Tottenham havent been in great form in the Premier League so far this season, and some of their stars fared little better in NBA Europes half-court challenge. In fact, only veteran American goalkeeper Brad Friedel managed to score (with his last effort), whileRoberto Soldado, Etienne Capoue and Jordan Archer all threw up five bricks out of five. Soldado managed to break his nine-month duck in the Premier League by scoring against Everton on Sunday, but the London club will need a little more...

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