First team manager Chris Kiwomya will be a proud man when he steps into the dugout at Griffin Park.
The Good Friday clash with automatic promotion chasers Brentford will be Kiwomya’s first match as permanent boss.
On Wednesday, the former development squad coach was handed a three-year contract at Meadow Lane, having impressed since taking over from former manager Keith Curle.
Kiwomya is excited by the challenge ahead and hopes to get off to a great start with a positive result against the Bees.
“I’m a young manager and this is the oldest club in the world so it’s a good mix,” he told Magpie Player.
“You’re always learning and I’ve learnt a lot since I took on the job and with each game that we play, I get more experience and I get better.
“I’m really privileged to be the manager of the club and I really want to try to bring some exciting football here.
“I want to try and put a good team together of players that are proud to play for Notts County and really want to work hard to give something to the fans.
“It’s going to mean a lot to me to step out at Brentford as a full time manager but it’s a very difficult place to go and we need to be at it to get a result there.
“I’ll be giving 100 per cent, like I have since I took on the job, and hopefully we can get something.”
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