Tim Howard Suffers Adductor Injury

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Nov 14, 2016

Tim Howard Suffers Adductor Injury

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From US Soccer:

CHICAGO (Nov 12, 2016) – U.S. Men’s National Team goalkeeper Tim Howard has been diagnosed with an injury to his right adductor suffered during the USA-Mexico match on Nov. 11 in Columbus. Howard left the game in the 40th minute. The injury will force Howard to miss the USA-Costa Rica World Cup qualifier on Nov. 15 in San Jose, Costa Rica. He has returned to Colorado for further evaluation and to determine treatment plans.

* Not a lot of information out in the wild about Timmy’s injury, but ESPNFC is reporting from a “source close to the situation” that Tim will be out “months, not weeks,” and the injury is more severe than first thought.

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