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Full name  Robert John Bowry
1990–1992  Queens Park Rangers
Playing position  Midfielder
Years  Team
Height  1.72 m
1989–1990  Carshalton Athletic
Role  Footballer
Place of birth  Croydon, England
Name  Bobby Bowry

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Date of birth  (1971-05-19) 19 May 1971 (age 44)

From grassroots to premier league bobby bowry discusses his football academy and player pathways

Robert John "Bobby" Bowry (born 19 May 1971 in Croydon, England) is an English-born Kittian former professional footballer who played as a midfielder from 1990 until 2008.


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He notably played in the Premier League with Crystal Palace, and in the Football League with Queens Park Rangers, Millwall and Colchester United. He finished his career in Non-league with Gravesend & Northfleet and Bromley. Upon retiring he worked as a coach and is now a football agent.

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Playing career

Bowry began his career at Queens Park Rangers, but he failed to make a first-team league appearance. He moved to Crystal Palace in April 1992 on a free transfer. Helping the team win Division Two in 1993–94, he had made 50 league appearances and scored one goal at Palace before being sold to Millwall in July 1995 for £220,000. Bowry spent six years at Millwall, making 140 league appearances, scoring 5 goals, and also appeared twice in 2000 for Saint Kitts and Nevis national football team. He was released from Millwall in 2001, and signed for Colchester United, where he made 106 league appearances and scored 2 goals. In May 2005, Bowry was released by Colchester. He was signed by Gravesend & Northfleet in July 2005 on a one-year contract. After one season at Gravesend, he joined Bromley in a player-coach role. After two seasons at Bromley, Bowry quit when the club was put up for sale and retired.

Football agent

He is now believed to be a football agent, with Cody McDonald and Glenn Murray on his books, though he does not appear on the registered agents lists published by the Football Association or FIFA.


Crystal Palace
  • Football League Second Division Winner (1): 1993–94
  • References

    Bobby Bowry Wikipedia

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