Rowe family spread their wings
AN update on the Rowe family, who continue to have success both near and far.
Father Colwyn, the former Colchester United player managed Ipswich Wanderers and Lowestoft Town and ran the PASE scheme in Ipswich before taking over as Botswana national coach.
He moved on to a high profile job in Egypt and is flying out to St Vincent this weekend to finalise taking over as technical director for the Caribbean island’s national football team.
Son James is working for another Ipswich raised coach Terry Westley, who runs the Birmingham City academy.
James takes the Premier League club’s Under-17 side and is one of two at the St Andrews academy that specialises in the educational side of young players’ development.
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He is playing his football for Leamington in the Southern League.
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