David James (England) - Liverpool, 1992-99
Goalkeeper David James made 277 appearances for the Reds and claimed a League Cup triumph in 1995. He went on to represent several Premier League sides and currently plays for Bristol City.
Rob Jones (England) - Liverpool, 1991-99
Wrexham-born Rob Jones is perhaps the best Liverpool player never to have scored for the club. He made 243 appearances for the Reds - but it should have been many more. His promising career was cut short by knee problems and he retired from the game aged just 27.
David Unsworth (England) - Everton, 1991-97 / 1998-2004
Everton fans favourite David 'Rhino' Unsworth won the FA Cup and made 133 appearances for the Blues in his first spell at the club. He left for West Ham in 1997 but returned in 1998 - via a month on Aston Villa's books - and remained at Goodison Park until 2004.
Dave Watson (England) - Everton, 1986-2001
He may have been on Liverpool's books as a youth, but Dave Watson went on to become an Everton legend as a professional. He played for the Blues for 15 years, making a massive 524 appearances and scoring 38 goals.
Andy Hinchcliffe (England) - Everton, 1990-98
Left-back Andy Hinchcliffe was Everton's dead-ball specialist for much of the 1990s. He arrived from Man City in 1990 and went on to make 222 appearances for the Blues, scoring nine goals.
Steve McManaman (England) - Liverpool, 1990-99
Flying winger Steve McManaman played 364 times for the Reds, scoring 66 goals and laying on 142 assists - many for Robbie Fowler with whom he formed a devastating partnership. Macca won an FA Cup and a League Cup with Liverpool before leaving for Real Madrid in 1999.
Gary Speed (Wales) - Everton, 1996-98
Welsh midfielder Gary Speed had two seasons with the Blues in the 1990s, playing 65 games and scoring 18 goals. He captained his boyhood club during the 1997/98 campaign before signing for Newcastle United.
Barry Horne (Wales) - Everton, 1992-96
Another Welshman in the middle of the park. Barry Horne played 150 games for the Blues and scored three goals, including a memorable 30-yarder against Wimbledon in 1993/94. He captained Wales and won the FA Cup in 1995 while plying his trade for Everton.
Nick Barmby (England) - Everton, 1996-2000 and Liverpool, 2000-02
Versatile midfielder Nick Barmby is a Merseyside double agent, playing 132 games and scoring 24 goals for Everton between 1996-2000 before crossing Stanley Park for two seasons at Anfield and helping Liverpool to a cup treble in 2000/01.
Duncan Ferguson (Scotland) - Everton, 1994-98 / 2000-06
Big Dunc had two memorable spells with the Blues and is a cult hero at Goodison Park. He remains Everton's top Premier League goalscorer with 72 goals in 272 appearances.
Robbie Fowler (England) - Liverpool, 1993-2001 / 2006-07
The Toxteth Terror is widely regarded as one of the finest and most natural goalscorers in Anfield history. The man the Kop called 'God' played 369 games for the Reds and scored 183 times.
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