Steve Howard

Steve Howard

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Steven John "Steve" Howard (born 10 May 1976) is a Scottish-English footballer currently playing for Championship side Leicester City.

Howard is renowned for his aerial strength. He is a fan of Newcastle United and fulfilled a lifelong ambition of playing at St James' Park when he played in the Derby side which drew 2–2 on 23 December 2007.

Club career

Early career

Howard began his career at non-league Tow Law Town, whilst working as a roofer as his day-job. He worked 12 hour shifts and also dug up roads before moving to Hartlepool United in 1995. He moved on to Northampton Town as their record signing for £120,000 in February 1999.

Luton Town

Luton Town signed him for £50,000 on 22 March 2001 with another £25,000 due if Luton avoided relegation, which they failed to do.

Howard was almost sacked from Luton in late 2001 after an incident during an away game against York City. The Hatters had been awarded a penalty, and Howard grabbed the ball from the designated penalty taker and promptly missed. However, an infringement was noticed and the penalty was ordered to be re-taken. Against the protests of the senior players and the management team, Howard once again grabbed the ball and stepped up to take the penalty, missing once again. He was...
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