Joe-Max Factor

March 2000
Sports Illustrated;03/13/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 11, p32
Reports on the popularity of American soccer player Joe-Max Moore in England based on his success for Everton in the English Premiere League. Living arrangements shared by Moore with the goalkeeper of a rival team; Details of his performance, including a game-tying goal in his first game with Everton; Reaction of Everton manager Walter Smith.


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