Liverpool-born left back Ball made his Everton debut aged just 17. He went on to make 116 appearances for the Toffees before joining Glasgow Rangers in August 2001. Following an injury-hit four years north of the border he made a switch to Dutch giants PSV Eindhoven. He won a League title in his first season but found first-team opportunities limited, prompting a move to Manchester City in January 2001.
McCann came through the ranks at Everton but his career only flourished when he left the club. After making his debut against Newcastle United in September 1997 he played just six times before leaving for Sunderland a year later. In September 2001 he made his international bow for England against Spain and in the summer of 2003 he joined Aston Villa. Four years later Gavin joined Bolton in a £1million deal.
Jeffers was just 16-years-old when he first tasted first-team action at Old Trafford against Manchester United. He quickly proved himself to be a goalscorer of genuine quality but he rocked the club when he made a big-money move to Arsenal in the summer of 2001. Neither that move, nor stints at Charlton, Rangers or Blackburn worked out. Jeffers is now plying his trade at Sheffield Wednesday.
Milligan made four substitute appearances for Everton before moving to Blackpool on transfer deadline day in March 2001. Whilst at Bloomfield Road, Milligan helped the club win the LDV Trophy in 2002. He later had spells at Macclesfield, Leigh RMI and Hyde United. He now captains Conference North outfit Fleetwood Town.
Farley's Everton career was one of the shortest of all time! He came on as a substitute against Derby County in February 1999 and never played for the club again. He was released in June 2000 and drifted into non-league football. After spells at Altrincham, Burscough and Droylsden he returned to his home city of Liverpool in 2005 to join Marine.