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Goalkeeper Howard wants US to avenge Ghana defeat

Posted On Sunday, 8th December 2013
USA keeper Tim Howard

USA keeper Tim Howard

US goalkeeper Tim Howard is preaching vengeance ahead of their opening 2014 World Cup finals match against Ghana.

The Everton first choice goalkeeper was between the sticks when Ghana eliminated the Stripes and Stars at the last World Cup

Ghana striker Asamoah Gyan struck in the first half of extra-time to send the Black Stars through to the quarter-finals.

Howards says their painful elimination is still fresh on their minds and that should motivate them to beat the four-time African champions in Natal on 16 June.

“I think the memory will still be very fresh of the loss in the Round of 16 in 2010. I think that will help us more than it will them.

We’re a much stronger team than we were, and they’ll know that going into the game. We’ll look to set that result right.”

US have played Ghana twice in a row in the World Cup finals and have lost all by a 2-1 scoreline.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. ZG GH4LIFE says:

    GHANA means GOD HEALING A NEW AFARICA.Africa’s mind and soul has been wounded for soo long by the white man but the time has come for some healing. The world heard of Ghana but now they will KNOW Ghana. (I will say these words until June 2014)

  2. sam va says:

    If I were these players I would shut up and focus on the task at hand. When you talk too much you allow your opponent to prepare well.he said his team is better than it was but who but who told him ghana team is also not better.

    • spellBOUND says:

      let him talk brotha. also in va, and i hear it all the time, claims of them being better, and that it was just bad luck. U MAKE UR OWN LUCK FOOL: by putting the ball in the back of the net. howard, prepare to surrender more goals this time. since AA abandoned the 1 striker formation, it has been raining goals.

  3. Saxcee says:

    I think Ghana is now better with the addition of players such as C Atsu, Wakasso, J Akaminko, Warris, RBY, M Rabiu etc whiles they are weaker now.
    come what may we’ll crush them. We taking no chances and our boys are aware of that.
    up Ghana!!!

  4. texas says:

    Noice making as usual….l really like the way the african analyst on bein sports told the rest not take our african teams for granted.

    • milky says:

      Yeah you are right!!Sulaiman Folarin did very well to defend the African teams especially when it came to Ghana and the US. Most of those analyst were not really analyst because they were just saying things because they wants it to happen. Ghana would beat the US again. I watched the US qualifying games and they were not that good.

  5. blz-kwame says:

    Besides Michael bradley who has developed into a good player and howard, jones play for schalke but not a scary player, the rest of their squad is usless playing with college players. Jose Altidore has no foot work besides running, dempsey came back to the MLS=degrading his skill set, beasley became a defender on their left side which will be ood to attack. Let them talk like 2006 when they said they never heard of Ghana if it wasnt for Adu and a video somebody game them of the blackstars.

  6. Maxwell Johnson says:

    Tim Howard A.K.A the new EPL Osama Bin Laden STFU dawg! If you’re not lucky you’ll be picking 3 balls outta ya net lol! However on a more serious note we shouldn’t underrate the Yankees at all, they’ve improved a lot over the yrs and they now have a very good manager in person of Jurgen Klinsman so we should we be a expecting a stern test from them this time around. Buh we’re GH! We also want to win and make our nation and the whole continent proud, if we put our acts together there is no way the Yankees will escape a 3rd straight defeat from our hands.





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