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Tuesday, 9 April, 2002, 12:50 GMT 13:50 UK

Joe-Max Moore

Club: Everton
Position: Forward

Joe-Max Moore is one of the leading strikers in the United States team.

He began his career, as with most of the American squad, in his home country in college soccer.

He moved to German second division side FC Saarbruecken, scoring 13 goals in just 25 games.

Moore moved back to the United States before English Premiership side Everton spotted his talents and brought him across the Atlantic.

He has failed to grab a regular place at Everton, but is certain to start for the USA.


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