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Paddy Kenny is an experienced goalkeeper who signed for Queen?s Park Rangers in the summer of 2010. An excellent shot-stopper, Paddy enjoyed a superb season at Loftus Road in 2010-11 when he missed just two Championship games whilst also establishing a new club record of 24 clean sheets. His performances earned him a string of awards including a place in the PFA Championship team of the year and both the Players? Player of the Year and Supporters? Player of the Year at Loftus Road. Paddy began his career with Bury and went on to a lengthy spell at Sheffield United where he played over 250 games before joining Rangers. He has played for manager Neil Warnock at all three of his senior clubs.
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