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Inside the Numbers: Tim Howard had a decent season
   May 13, 2014 (3:04 PM) by Matt Benson     Email This Post Email This Post
 

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I was just doing a quick scan of various stats from this past season in the Premier League, and not overly shocking, Tim Howard ranked up there in many different goalkeeping stats.  Among the 20 guys who played in at least 20 games this past season, Howard ranked in the top five in save percentage, GAA and shutouts, while also placing in the top ten in saves per game.

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And going back to the start of the 2006-07 season (his first year at Everton), only two goalkeepers have recorded more clean sheets in the Premier League than Howard.

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Well done, Timmy.

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One Response to “Inside the Numbers: Tim Howard had a decent season”

  1. FootyAmerica says:

    Interesting, in Save %, GAA, and Shutouts, ALL of the players above him have less saves per game, which implies less shots faced. Notice how most of the other players on the saves per game list are from the bottom half of the table?

    Pound for pound, these stats make a strong case that Howard was the best goalkeeper in the EPL this year. Szczesny impressive as well.

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