ASN Morning Read: Searching for a Number One
Tim Howard is ready and willing to fight for the first-string goalkeeper spot on the United States men's national team; the Copa América Centenario winner gets bank; how did Americans fare in Europe?
BY noah davis Posted
May 18, 2016
May 18, 2016
- Tim Howard is ready to be the starter: "My mentality has never been to be a No. 2," he said. "I think that's what's gotten me to this point. I'm a number one goalkeeper even if I don't play on a certain day."
- Lots of dough:
Prize money for Copa América Centenario has been revealed. pic.twitter.com/zbKnl9hemX— Grant Wahl (@GrantWahl) May 17, 2016
- 5 American-Flavored Tidbits as European Season Ends.
- Four questions.
- Good take: Altidore had altered and improved training regimens and diet in the MLS off-season, slimming down and adding to flexibility and mobility, all in efforts to arrest the muscle issues now delivering a serious threat to his career ambition and larger legacy. That didn’t work, which means he’ll be looking for other solutions. There’s a lot of that going around –just ask Klinsmann and his staff as they look at their own "Plan B."
- My favorite part about the first day of camp is the goofy pictures: