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MLS: Moore rejoins Revs after three-year absence
January 28th, 2003 5:17PM

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Joe Max Moore, the New England Revolution's all-time scoring leader, is returning to the Revs after three years at English club Everton.

He left the Premier League this winter after failing to play for Everton's first team since last spring. He netted 10 goals in the 37 games with the first team (League and Cup matches).

Moore was a three-time Revolution Most Valuable Player (1996,'98,'99). He has 100 points (37 goals, 26 assists) in 77 games with the Revs, whom joined in the middle of the 1996 season after spending time with German Bundesliga clubs Nuremberg and Saarbruecken.

The three-time World Cup veteran has 100 caps with the United States national team, having netted 24 goals since his first appearance in 1992.

He is second in the all-time scoring count to former Revs forward Eric Wynalda (34 goals).

His most memorable goal was the game-winner against Jamaica on Oct. 7, 2001, at Foxboro Stadium, that qualified the United States for the 2002 World Cup.



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