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EVERTON will try to swop (Specifications for Web Offset Publications) A set of specifications and tolerances for publication printing that ensures measurable, consistent reproduction along each step in the printing process. the most capped American international of all time for the most prolific. Joe-Max Moore, released by the Blues before Christmas, won exactly 100 caps for his country. But Moore could not match the goals output of Brian McBride For other people of the same name, see .
Brian McBride (born June 19, 1972) is a football striker who has appeared in three World Cups for the United States national team and is currently captain of Fulham F.C. of the English Premier League. , a centre-forward who scored the USA's only goal of World Cup '98 - and added two more during the 2002 tournament. Officially the Blues are making no comment on the speculation but it is understood there is real interest in the player and contact has been made w ith the Major League Soccer who hold all USA player contracts. Indeed McBride could arrive on Merseyside for talks as early as next week.
McBride is Columbus Crew's all-time lead-ing marksman with 33 goals from 65 appear-ances, and has experience of playing in Germany.
During the 1994-95 season he was on Vfl Wolfsburg's books.
At the time Wolfsburg were a German sec-ond division side, but one of the two goals he registered for them came against Bayern Munich in a cup upset. On a more unusual note, the US star is nick-named Bake and listsGeorge Weah as his favourite player of all time. Joe-Max Moore burst onto the scene with a flurry Flurry
A drastic volume increase in a specific security. of goals for Everton. If McBride comes to Merseyside, the Blues will hope for a similarly prolific start.
MOST CAPPED: Joe-Max Moore; GOAL MACHINE: Brian McBride after scoring during the World Cup Finals in Japan and Korea