Berry Powel

Berry Powel

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Berry Powel

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Berry Powel (born 2 May 1980 in Utrecht) is a Dutch footballer who currently plays for Spanish second division club Gimnàstic de Tarragona.

Powel started playing football at AFC Quick 1890 and succeeded at the non-professional club Roda'46. Powel was discovered by FC Den Bosch, and in 2003 he made his debut for the club's 1st team. In his first season at the club, he scored 9 goals in 26 games for FC Den Bosch, when they played in the Eerste Divisie. Powel became champions with his club and FC Den Bosch promoted to the Eredivisie. In the Eredivisie he scored 2 goals in 29 games. Den Bosch was relegated to the Eerste Divisie again, following that some of their key players; Koen van de Laak, Mourad Mghizrat, Jochen Janssen and Dennis Schulp left the club, making Powel the most important player of the club.

After 26 games and 19 goals in the 2005–2006 season, he moved to Millwall to become a more complete player. In his first game for Millwall, he scored a goal after only 2 minutes, giving Millwall a draw against Cardiff. After Millwall relegated to the Football League One, he moved to De Graafschap where he signed a contract for 3 seasons. Playing for the Doetinchem side, he had an important role during the first half of his first season, scoring 29 goals and becoming the topscorer of Eerste Divisie.

FC Groningen signed Powel for a one-and-a-half-year deal, after Erik Nevland was sold to Fulham FC. Powel moved to FC Groningen the...
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