By Chris Wimmer
Recently Chris Wimmer, writer for Virginia Online Soccer News, got the opportunity to speak with former U.S. national team forward Joe-Max Moore.
Moore played for three world cup teams and two Olympic squads. While a member of the USMNT he compiled 100 caps (10th all-time) and 24 goals (4th all-time behind only Donovan, Wynalda, and McBride). Moore played in Major League Soccer for the New England Revolution as well as overseas for teams in Germany and England (Everton 99-02).
Until 2004 Moore held the Revolution record for assists and points.
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