Kiwomya back at the Blues

IPSWICH Town have welcomed another old boy back into the fold by appointing Chris Kiwomya as reserve team development coach.

Derek Davis

IPSWICH Town have welcomed another old boy back into the fold by appointing Chris Kiwomya as reserve team development coach.

The 38-year-old former Town and Arsenal attacker who led the Blues goal-scoring charts for three consecutive seasons in the early 1990s, landing the role after Steve Greaves was dismissed.

Manager Jim Magilton said: “I'm delighted to welcome Chris back to Portman Road as part of our coaching set up.

“He was a player here for many years and knows what this football club is all about. It is clear that Ipswich Town still means a lot to him.”

Kiwomya, who came through the youth system at Portman Road, has recently been working at Arsenal's academy.