First Team Manager
Kiwomya initially took over as first team manager on a caretaker basis, following the departure of former boss Keith Curle and his coaching staff, but was later handed the job until the end of the 2012.13 campaign.
The former Arsenal and Queen’s Park Rangers striker was promoted to the role from his previous position of development squad manager.
He had taken up the position a year prior as part of a structural change to the football club’s route through to the first team.
Kiwomya had previously spent three years in a similar position at Ipswich Town, where he helped to bring through the likes of free-scoring Scotland international Jordan Rhodes.
Eager to bring through future talent and play football in the right way, fans can expect to see exciting football and up and coming talent put to use.
Pilkington has been a familiar face at Meadow Lane for several years, having spent five years at Meadow Lane as a player.
During 2005 and 2010, he made over 140 appearances for the club and received the 2007.08 fans’ player of the year and players’ player of the year awards.
Following the arrival of Keith Curle as manager, Pilkington called time on his playing days and agreed a release from his contract at Luton Town to return to Meadow Lane in February 2012.
The former Manchester United stopper had previously been Curle’s captain at Mansfield Town and has plenty of experience that he can feed into the Magpies’ stoppers.
Alexander was appointed as the youngest professional chief scout in the UK in 2011 and is tasked with unearthing potential signings for the club.
The son of well-respected football manager Keith Alexander works closely with development squad manager Chris Kiwomya to run the rule over players and decide whether they have the potential to make it at Meadow Lane.
An avid spectator at football matches of all levels up and down the country, Alexander has brought the likes of Yoann Arquin and Tyrell Waite to the club.
Head of Sports Medicine
Wilson initially arrived at Meadow Lane in 2010 as head of youth medical services but was promoted to first team duties a year later by former boss Martin Allen.
Following a season as first team physiotherapist, Wilson’s role developed into head of sports medicine, as a result of the medical department’s expansion.
As head of sports medicine, Wilson provides direction, support and guidance to all members of the sports medicine team to provide the best possible care for both senior and Academy players.
Prior to joining the club, the Irishman had previously spent time with the Watford Academy, Sydney Swans (Australian Rules Football), New South Wales Warratahs (rugby) and worked for the Irish Institute of Sport.
Wilson, a graduate of St Mary's University, has gained qualifications in Sports Science, Physiotherapy and has a Post-Grad Degree in Education.
He has previously lectured at St Mary's and is currently doing so at Nottingham University, on an undergraduate Physiotherapy course, at the same time as carrying out a Masters in Sports Medicine.
First Team Physiotherapist
Knight linked up with the Magpies in the summer of 2012 and is responsible for the treatment of the first team players at the club.
This includes injury prevention, assessment, treatment and rehabilitation.
A graduate of Birmingham University, Knight kicked off her career in football as part of the Aston Villa Academy medical staff, before taking up a full-time position with Bristol City, where she worked with first team, reserves and academy players.
The former Aston Villa Ladies midfielder later spent two years with Coventry City as head academy physiotherapist but a desire to work with senior players again brought her to Meadow Lane.