Las Vegas, NV- Current Colorado Rapids FC goalkeeper and longtime US Men’s National Team stalwart Tim Howard took some time to share his thoughts and initial impressions of manager Eric Wynalda and his Las Vegas Lights FC side. Among other things, Howard who had several successful season playing for both Everton FC and Manchester United in the English Premier League, noted that he has been quite impressed by what Lights owner/CEO Brett Lashbrook and Wynalda have already built in a relatively short amount of time, commenting that “The style and everything surrounding the club is very bold; it’s very exciting for fans.”
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Howard, who holds the record for the most caps by a player appearing as part of the United States Men’s National Team, was unfortunately held out of Colorado’s match with the Lights on Saturday, yet still took some time to talk with Vegas Sports Daily on a number of topics, including his future going forward in the game. Check it out!!
Don’t forget Lights FC are back in action on Saturday, March 9th at 7:00 pm, as they will be playing their 2019 USL Championship Regular season home opener against the Austin Bold, live from their home in the heart of Downtown Las Vegas at Cashman Field .
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