Chris Kiwomya

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Where is Chris Kiwomya now?

Chris Kiwomya’s Premier League career took in Ipswich Town, Queens Park Rangers and a brief spell at Arsenal and came to an end in 2001 when he moved to Danish club AaB.



Unable to secure a first team place in Denmark, Kiwomya returned back to the UK but was unsuccessful in gaining a contract with an English club so consequently retired from playing.

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In 2008, Chris Kiwomya was back in football when he was appointed reserve team development coach at former club Ipswich Town but he left his position in 2011 when he was offered the role of development squad manager at Notts County.

When Notts County boss Keith Curle was sacked in February 2013 Kiwomya took over as caretaker manager and he was given the role on a full time basis in March 2013.

Chris Kiwomya left the club in October 2013 by mutual consent after a run of bad results.

Kiwomya’s nephew Alex Kiwomya is currently playing for the Chelsea under 21’s side and is regarded as a future prospect by the club.

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Chris Kiwomya: Premier League Statistics

NationalityEnglish
PositionForward
Appearances104
Goals21
Yellow Cards7
Red Cards0
Premier League Teams Played forArsenal, Ipswich Town

Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com

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