USMNT to feel the pain of Tim Howard’s loss
Goalie Tim Howard will be out of action for four to six weeks after it was revealed he has two broken bones in his back.
And that may put a serious hurt on the U.S. Men’s National Team’s chances to qualify for the 2014 World Cup.
Howard was injured in goal for Everton almost two weeks ago in a collision with Oldham striker Robbie Simpson during an FA Cup match.
“Tim has two fractures, but they are not the bones which are supporting anything, it is off the spine,” Everton manager David Moyes told The Daily Mail. “They are not weight bearing. It just needs a bit of healing time. It is not like a pure fracture where need to wait to look at it. It is a question of whether he can cope with the pain.”