Notts County set to make decision on Kiwomya
NOTTS County are set to decide if Chris Kiwomya deserves a longer crack at the top job at Meadow Lane.
The Magpies' caretaker-boss was in the dark over his future, after his second game in temporary charge ended in a 1-1 home draw against Crewe.
It follows a 2-0 defeat at Stevenage in his first game – and he does not know if he will be in the dug-out for their League One game at Walsall on Saturday or if he will return to coaching the club's development squad.
The Notts board could be ready to stick with him because it was his new signing John Cofie who scored on his debut to rescue a point against Crewe, just 24 hours after moving to Meadow Lane on loan from Manchester United.
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The Magpies' players also want him to be kept in charge.
"I've come in and I'm enjoying what I'm doing," said Kiwomya. "If the club ask me to go back to being the development coach that's fine.
"I've enjoyed the experience so far and I'm just glad to get a first point for the club.
"It should have been three, but if the club brings in somebody else that's no problem.
"I've played the game, I've got my qualifications and I know what I want.
"I thought the players worked hard for me. It's a game-to-game basis and I'm happy with that until they make a decision.
"I'd like to be in the dug-out again on Saturday, but if the chief exec or the owner come to me and say 'thanks very much, but we're doing this' that's no problem."
Notts County Football Club Limited are on the Companies Court Winding Up list, at Fetter Lane, London today.
The Post understands it relates to a debt to HMRC that was paid in full several weeks ago. It is not expected to proceed any further.