BREAKING NEWS: Kiwomya to be given chance to earn Notts County job
CHRIS Kiwomya will be given the chance to earn the top job at Notts County permanently.
He has been put in caretaker charge of the Magpies after Keith Curle was sacked yesterday and will be in charge for their League One game at Stevenage tomorrow night.
He also looks set to be in the dug out when Notts face Crewe at Meadow Lane on Saturday.
Kiwomya only accepted the job on a temporary basis after speaking to Curle and getting his blessing.
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He has been thrust into the hot seat at Meadow Lane, after joining the club as part of Curle's backroom team, coaching the development squad.
I'm very surprised," he said. "I came in as part of Keith's team, but changes have been made and Notts County pay my wages.
"They asked me to take over the reins for a short period and I've accepted.
"I spoke to Keith and he is pretty fine with it.
"He's a good guy and I wouldn't expect anything otherwise."
Asked if he wants the job permanently, he said: "We'll just take each game as it comes.
"It's a good club and there will be a lot of people in for the job.
"I just want to put all my efforts into the team winning the next match."