How will Swansea City fare the rest of the season under Bob Bradley?
Top half of the standings and qualify for Europe
A finish in the middle of the pack is not bad
Relegation to the Championship
Swans fans will call for his head after the first loss
JOHN KRETLOW - Tuesday, September 18, 2012
In a dramatic Monday night Premier League matchup, Tim Howard started and went the distance in Everton's controversial draw with Newcastle United on Monday night.

David Moyes and company felt they should have left Monday night's game with a win, but two goals, one by Marouane Fellaini and the other by Victor Anichebe, were ruled out.

The Toffees opened the scoring in the 15th minute when Leighton Baines knocked home a clever Steven Pienaar pass, but Demba Ba's 49th minute strike after a Yohan Cabaye pass equalized the game.

In the 88th minute Anichebe found the back of the net from a strike inside the box, only to see Ba level the game in the dying moments when he knocked in a Shola Ameobi pass.

The American ‘keeper was credited with one save in the game.

Everton now finds themselves in 7th place in the standings and will try and improve on that as they take on Swansea City next weekend.
Tuesday September 18, 2012 6:50 pm
heard timmy could have done better on both. Only what i heard. But it feeds into my longstanding doubts about whether he's top top notch. Good saves, yes. Spectacular? not often. Shaky positioning at times, and he's as much a vampire as Brad was, even though Brad is still TODAY, 10 years after retirement, better than howard, based on superior positioning, shot reaction/stopping, command, and distribution.

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