| Andrew Derek Kiwomya|
| (1967-10-01) 1 October 1967 (age 48)|
Andy Kiwomya Wikipedia
Andrew Derek Bara Kiwomya (born 1 October 1967) is an English former professional footballer who played as both a left winger and a striker. He is currently head of youth development at Sheffield FC, having previously held the position of manager at the club.
Born in Huddersfield, Kiwomya played League football in England and Scotland for Barnsley, Sheffield Wednesday, Dundee, Rotherham United, Halifax Town, Scunthorpe United, Bradford City, Luton Town, Burnley and Notts County.
He later played non-League football for Cambridge City, Nuneaton Town, Boston United, Ilkeston Town and Stocksbridge Park Steels.
His son is Alex Kiwomya and his brother is Chris Kiwomya.
He is of Ugandan heritage.
Kiwomya has spoken out publicly about the racist elements of the sport.
In November 2007, Kiwomya took part in a charity match, playing for a Sheffield FC Masters XI against a team of soap stars.
Kiwomya was announced as manager of Sheffield FC in May 2015, succeeding Jordan Broadbent. He stepped down from the managerial role in March 2016, becoming head of youth development.