Born: Huddersfield, 1969 (Age 43) Playing career: A trainee at Ipswich, Kiwomya made his debut as a 17-year-old and went on to scor e 51 goals in 224 games for the Tractor Boys. Part of the side that won promotion to the inaugural Premier League in 1991-92, the striker formed pr olific partnerships with Dalian Atkinson and Jason Dozzell, becoming a huge fan favourite at Portman Road. A £1.25m move to Arsenal in 1995 pr oved less successful, with Kiwomya playing just 14 times in three years. During his time at Highbury, he spent time on loan at Le Havre in France and Selangor in Malaysia, where, alongside Tony Cottee, he played in a Cup final watched by 80,000 spectators. A permanent move to QPR in 1998 yielded 30 goals in 86 games but ended in 2001 when Rangers were relegated to the third tier for the first time in 30 years. After a brief spell in Denmark with Aalborg, Kiwomya saw out his car eer at Grimsby Town, retiring in 2002 without making a first-team appearance. Managerial career: After a spell coaching the kids at Arsenal under Arsene Wenger, Kiwomya rejoined former club Ipswich as a coach in 2008. Appointed reserve team development coach, he helped nurture a promising group of youngsters including England Under-21 star Connor Wickham before leaving to take up a similar position at Notts County in 2011. When Keith Curle was sacked by County in February , Kiwomya took caretaker charge and was appointed on a permanent basis a month later.