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By Tammy Bruce
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Topic - Brad Guzan
Tim Howard remains the No. 1 American goalkeeper despite two strong games by Brad Guzan in World Cup qualifiers last month.
A scoreless tie with Mexico moved the U.S. (1-1-1) into third place in World Cup qualifying for the North and Central American and Caribbean region after three of 10 matches, one point behind Panama (1-0-2). The Americans and Costa Rica have four points, but the Ticos are ahead on goal difference.
Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard has two broken bones in his back and likely will miss the Americans' World Cup qualifiers against Costa Rica and Mexico this month.
American goalkeeper Brad Guzan could leave Aston Villa despite being offered a new contract by the English Premier League team.
American goalkeeper Brad Guzan has reportedly extended his loan with Hull of England's League Championship English side Hull until the end of February.
**CORRECTS SPELLING OF SURNAME** U.S. goalkeeper Brad Guzan shouts during a 2014 World Cup qualifying soccer match against Panama, in Panama City, Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2013.
"It's always going to be a bit hectic and a bit crazy, especially late in the game," Guzan said. "You're never going to come to a place like Azteca and go out and have it nice and easy. So we knew at some point, it was going to come, the pressure was going to come, and we were able to deal with it."