The US striker was one of the earliest stars of the MLS, proving an instant hit with the New England Revolution after signing for them for the first MLS campaign in 1996.
Moore had a consistently impressive four year spell with the Revolution, although injury marred the 1997 campaign, in which he only played 11 games, scoring four goals.
During these years, he became the club's all-time leading scorer and made the 1999 MLS All Star team. His success with the Revs led him to pursue a career in Europe, with the Blues choosing to take a look at the energetic forward.
He signed in November 1999 on a free transfer, after impressing during a week-long trial in October.
He proved an initial hit, scoring five goals in his first five first-team games. However, he slowly became less and less effective.
He suffered a knee injury representing his country against Portugal at the 2002 FIFA World Cup and did not play for the Blues in the next season. On December 12, 2002 his contract with Everton was terminated “by mutual consent”.