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William George "Bill" Berry, known in France as George Berry or Georges Berry (born Hackney, 18 August 1904, died 1972) was an English association football player. He played professionally for clubs including Gillingham, Charlton Athletic, Crystal Palace, Brentford and Bournemouth & Boscombe Athletic between 1923 and 1934. He moved to France in 1934, where he played for SC Fives, and coached SC Fives, Lille OSC and OGC Nice. He won two Coupes de France in 1946 and 1954. He then moved to Tunisia, where he coached CS Hammam-Lif and Étoile Sportive du Sahel.

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  • Bill Berry (footballer, born 1904)
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  • William George Berry, bijgenaamd Bill Berry (Hackney, 18 augustus 1904 - 16 juli 1972) was een Engels voetballer. Na zijn carrière als speler werd hij voetbaltrainer.
  • William George "Bill" Berry, known in France as George Berry or Georges Berry (born Hackney, 18 August 1904, died 1972) was an English association football player. He played professionally for clubs including Gillingham, Charlton Athletic, Crystal Palace, Brentford and Bournemouth & Boscombe Athletic between 1923 and 1934. He moved to France in 1934, where he played for SC Fives, and coached SC Fives, Lille OSC and OGC Nice. He won two Coupes de France in 1946 and 1954. He then moved to Tunisia, where he coached CS Hammam-Lif and Étoile Sportive du Sahel.
  • George Berry est un footballeur et entraîneur anglais, né le 18 août 1904 à Hackney (Londres) et mort le 16 juillet 1972. Il a joué comme avant-centre à Gillingham FC, Charlton AFC, Crystal Palace FC et Brentford FC. Il entraîne l'OGC Nice de 1953 à 1955. Il part ensuite entraîner les clubs tunisiens de CS Hammam Lif, puis de l'Étoile Sportive du Sahel. Puis parti au Luxembourg, il dirige les joueurs de la Jeunesse d'Esch de 1958 à 1961, et de l'Union Luxembourg, de 1961 à 1963.
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