Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard seems to have been in the Premier League forever. He began his career in England at Manchester United, who signed him in 2003. He enjoyed relative success with them, winning the 2003 FA Community Shield, the 2003–04 FA Cup and the 2005–06 League Cup. However, after United signed Edwin van der Sar, Howard found opportunities limited and eventually signed for Everton after a stint on loan. He has become one of the most consistent and reliable goalkeepers in Premier League history, known for his impressive shot stopping ability. In 2012, Howard scored a goal, his first as a professional, against Bolton Wanderers. This made him only the fourth goalkeeper to score a goal in a Premier League match. Howard first represented the United States national team in 2002 and was an unused substitute for the 2006 World Cup. He later established himself as first-choice and started all of the United States' games at the 2010 and 2014 World Cups; the team reached the Round of 16 on both occasions, with Howard's performances in the latter particularly notable.