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Report: Tim Howard to join Turner’s Champions League coverage


Former U.S. Men’s National Team and current Colorado Rapids goalkeeper Tim Howard will join Turner Sports’ coverage of the UEFA Champions League, the New York Post reports.

As an active player on the Colorado Rapids, the 39-year-old Howard will not be available to work all broadcasts. Howard previously covered the English Premier League games for NBC Sports Network while he was an active player on Everton.

Turner recently outbid previous rights holder Fox Sports for Champions League coverage and will air most of the games on its new B/R Live over-the-top streaming service this fall.

Joining Howard in studio will be Fox Sports’ Kate Abdo and former NBA player Steve Nash, who is a part owner of MLS’ Vancouver Whitecaps and Spanish club Mallorca.

Fox’s Stu Holden is also reportedly in talks to join the coverage.


  1. I’m ready to cancel everything. In an increasingly fragmented market I still don’t get to see the games I care about. My money is better spent elsewhere.

  2. Turner can go and fornicate with themselves. There are other ways to watch the CL and EL games that I want to watch. Not paying on top of what I am already paying to Directv.
    Greedy disgusting creatures…Will be showing one 1 game on TNT.
    Thankfully there’s Univision Deportes…


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