Tim Howard criticized for his Premier League analysis
The former Everton stopper has come under-fire by fans of the Premier League for the ex-player's style of analysis.
Tim Howard retired from football after finishing the 2019 Major League Soccer season and he started a career as an analyst for the Premier League games on NBC Sports. Even though he is one of the iconic goalkeepers in United States footballing history,some fans have complained about his style of analysis.
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After the game between Liverpool and Brighton as part of match day 10 in the Premier League 20/21 season, people started tweeting that they were tired of listening to Tim Howard. "Getting kinda sick of Tim Howard at this point on analysis of Liverpool games,” wrote someone on Twitter.
“Tim Howard is miserable to listen to,” wrote another fan on Twitter.
Getting kinda sick of Tim Howard at this point on analysis of Liverpool games.— caleb barnette (@barnette_caleb) November 28, 2020
Tim Howard is miserable to listen to.— Jeaux Exotic (@jwgynwa) November 28, 2020
Just watched a shit 45 min and now I gotta listen to shitty tim howard. Bring back Kyle Martino— Chris*🇩🇴 (@ChrisS1990_) November 28, 2020
When Tim Howard is in the studio, I don’t even watch the halftime coverage. 15 minutes to get up and do something productive.— Greg_YNWA1 (@Greg_YNWA1) November 28, 2020
These are only just a few tweets from fans in the United States saying how tired they were from Tim Howard. The Liverpool game against Brighton was controversial because the VAR ruled out two goals and gave Brighton a penalty kick towards the end of the game that ended in a 1-1 draw.
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