Where is Chris Kiwomya now?
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.
Playing for 15 years, he made nearly 400 first-team appearances and scored nearly 100 goals for six different teams including spells for teams in Malaysia and France.
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Upon retiring he went into coaching and worked at the Arsenal and Watford youth academies until 2008 when he was appointed reserve team development coach at former club Ipswich Town.
He then got moved to under-18’s coach when Jim Magilton was manager but promoted back to reserves team coach when Roy Keane was manager where he won the reserves league.
He left Ipswich in 2011 when the club announced that they were no longer playing reserve games.
In 2012 he joined Notts County as development squad manager before taking over as caretaker manager when Magpies boss Keith Curle was sacked in February 2013.
He was appointed on a full-time basis a month later but unfortunately his tenure was short-lived and he left the club by mutual consent just six months later after a run of bad results.
His nephew Alex Kiwomya is currently playing league football in the lower leagues with Doncaster Rovers.
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Chris Kiwomya: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Arsenal, Ipswich Town|
Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com