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With Moore banished, Everton rallies to 2-1 F.A. Cup triumph past Watford; Razov scores.

United States cuts it close, but advances by beating Barbados 4-0 behind Mathis, Moore.

Moore, Olsen stand out in Everton, Forest wins; Sanneh starts again.

Moore's back with nats, nets two goals, assist in 7-0 rout of Barbados.

Despite missed chances, U.S., Moore displays top form in mismatch.

Moore out for rest of Everton's Premier League season

Moore hopes to return to Everton in two weeks,play for U.S. in Russia

Moore injures knee as Everton beats Bradford

Moore provides more heroics, nets a pair as Everton drops Watford

Moore, Lewis are impressive in England

Moore's scoring streak comes to end in 1-1 draw; Keller, Rayo fall

Moore’s scoring streak continues

Moore continues scoring streak, but Everton is eliminated from FA Cup

Moore makes it four goals in five outings since joining Everton

Moore finds net again for Everton which shuts out Wimbledon 3-0

Moore deposits another late goal for Everton

Moore’s versatility valued at Everton

Moore notches first Premier League goal in spurring Everton to draw with Tottenham

Moore misses chance to be hero for Everton

Olsen, Moore provide goals; U.S. dominates lifeless Germany 2-0

Moore, Keller lead shocking 1-0 upset of Argentina in D.C.

U.S. soccer MIDFIELDER
Joe-Max Moore
Height: 5-9 (1.76 m).
Weight: 150 (68 kg).
Born: Feb. 23, 1971 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Hometown: Irvine, California.
College: UCLA.
Club: Everton (English Premier League).


             U.S. National Team Statistics 2001

Opponent       Date   Score  GP  GS   MIN   G   A  Pts  Y   R

Mexico        Feb 28   2-0    1   1    78   0   0   0   0   0 CONCACAF Qualifying

Total                         1   1    78   0   0   0   0   0

National Team
Year Record GP G A Pts
1992 1-0-0 1 0 1 1
1993 6-7-10 23 8 4 20
1994 3-4-4 11 1 1 3
1995 3-3-1 7 2 1 5
1996 8-2-1 11 4 0 8
1997 1-3-1 5 1 1 3
1998 5-4-4 13 1 2 4
1999 5-2-1 8 3 0 6
2000 3-0-1 4/4 2 2 6
2001 1-0-0 1/1 0 0 0
Total 36-25-23 84 22 12 56
World Cup
Year Venue GP G A Pts
1994 USA '94 0 0 0 0
1998 France '98 2 0 0 0
Total 5 0 0 0
Professional
Year Club GP G A Pts
1994-95 FC Saarbrucken (German 2nd) 25 13 - -
1995-96 Nuernberg (German 2nd) - 10 - -
1996 N.E. Revolution (MLS) 14 11 1 23
1997 N.E. Revolution (MLS) 13 4 2 10
1998 N.E. Revolution (MLS) 21 7 15 29
1999 N.E. Revolution (MLS) 27 13 8 34
1999-2000 Borrussia Dormund (German Bundesliga) - - - -
Total (MLS) 75 35 26 96
College
Year Team GP G A Pts
1990 UCLA 24 11 10 32
1991 UCLA 22 18 7 43
1992 UCLA 19 9 7 25
Total 65 38 24 100
NCAA Champion - 1990

U.S. National Team: A member of the 1994 and 1998 U.S. World Cup squads ... Among the USA's all-time leading scorers, he is considered to be one of the best free kick and penalty kick specialists in the country ... Is the USA's most consistent goal-scorer of all-time, scoring at least once for the National Team in each of the last seven years ... 1999: Another standout year for the USA, scoring key goals in upset victories against Argentina and Germany in the summer ... Again leads team with three goals ... His goal against Argentina on June 13 was an 87th minute game-winner from 18 yards out ... Scored on a perfectly placed 25-yard free kick against Germany in a 2-0 U.S. victory to eliminate the Germans from the FIFA Confederations Cup ... Also scored first goal in 3-1 win over Guatemala in the 1999 U.S. Cup ... 1998: Creative and tenacious play in the midfield helped the U.S. to the finals of the CONCACAF Gold Cup, upsetting Brazil along the way ... 1996: Scored four goals for the USA in 1996, including the game-winner in the USA 1-0 victory over Trinidad & Tobago Nov. 24 in a World Cup '98 qualifying match ... Scored two goals in the USA 3-1 victory over El Salvador Aug. 30 ... 1995: One of the main frontrunners for the USA in its semifinal appearance in the '95 Copa America, he converted his penalty kick in the U.S. shootout win (4-1) over Mexico in the quarterfinals and scored the USA's lone goal in the third-place match loss to Colombia (4-1) ... 1993: Led the USA in scoring during 1993 with eight goals, the most ever in one-year by a U.S. player ... Scored four times against El Salvador Dec. 5, 1993, to become the first player to score four goals in a full international since 1934 ...1992: An explosive, hard-working midfielder, he scored a brilliant goal on a bending free kick in the USA's 2-1 loss to Italy in the opening match of the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona ... 1991: Scored the winning goal in overtime of the 1991 Pan Am Games gold-medal match against Mexico ... First Appearance: Sept. 3, 1992, vs. Canada ... First Goal: Jan. 30, 1993, vs. Denmark.

Professional: Starred in MLS since joining the Revolution mid-way through the '96 season, scoring 35 goals in 75 overall appearances ... Was team MVP in both 1996 and 1998 for the Revs ... 1999: Led the Revolution in goals (13), assists (8) and points (34) in 27 games during the 1999 MLS season ... 1998: Third best in MLS in assists with 15 in 21 matches ... Slowed early on by knee injury but sparked Revolution to a four-game winning streak in his return ... 1997: A groin and ankle injury kept him out most of the season, but still managed to score four goals and two assists in 13 games ... 1996: Scored a team-high 11 goals in just 14 games with the Revolution in 1996 after joining the team in mid-season ... Scored 10 goals for second division Nurnberg in Germany during the 1995-96 season, before returning to the U.S. ... 1994-95: Played for FC Saarbruecken of the German Second Division, scoring a club-best 13 goals in just 25 games.

College: UCLA's leading scorer in 1992, his junior year, he was a unanimous All-America selection and a finalist for '92 player of the year awards, before foregoing his final season to sign a professional contract ... Was a two-time All- American at UCLA ... Named to the Soccer America All-Freshman Team in 1990 ... High School: Four-year all-star at Mission Viejo High School, the same town as the USA's full-time training camp in 1993-94.

Personal: One of the most competitive players on the U.S. team, whether on the field or in a game of backgammon ... Grew up hanging around the Tulsa Roughnecks of the former North American Soccer League as his father was owner of the team ... Married to Martha, the two reside in Miami during the off-season.

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