Two lucky winners of a Lifeline competition enjoyed a unique matchday experience for Saturday’s final day encounter with Coventry City.
First team manager Chris Kiwomya was drawn out as the lucky winner of two match tickets in last week’s Lifeline draw, but opted to remain in the dugout for and kindly put his tickets up for grabs ahead of the match.
County fan Mark Bradley was randomly selected as the winner, after he correctly stated that the boss’s first win in charge was over Bury at Meadow Lane.
Mark and his partner Joanne watched the match from the Derek Pavis Stand and were invited into Chris’s office for a post-match debrief.
Mark, from the comfort of the manager’s chair, and Joanne quizzed Chris on the game, the past season and his aims for the future.
“I was messing about on the PC and noticed the competition so I sent an email in and it was a nice surprise when I got the call about it.” said Mark.
“It was very interesting to chat to Chris and I could get used to it sitting in the manager’s seat.
“He seems like he knows what he wants to do and he wants to bring in the right kind of players.
“I hope that the board will give him the time to show that he is the right man for the job and I’m looking forward to next season after speaking with him.”
Lifeline gives supporters a chance to win cash prizes of up to £1,000 each every seven days and you can sign up from just £2 a week.
For more information about signing up, click here.