Paddy Kenny

Patrick Joseph " Paddy " Kenny ( born May 17, 1978 in Halifax, England) is an Irish football player. Since 2012, the goalkeeper is at Leeds United.


Club football

Kenny's youth club had Bradford Park Avenue. He was admitted there in 1998 in the first team, but then changed her Bury FC. There he stood from 1999 to 2002 under contract. Beginning of the 2002/ 03 changed the goalkeeper to Sheffield United. His greatest achievement was the promotion to the Premier League 2006/07. As Third last but staying at the House of Lords was of short duration, together with Charlton Athletic and FC Watford was the return to the second division. In September 2009, locked the English Football Association Kenny after could be detected in the ascent to the championship game doping him. During the season 2010/11 he stood at the Queens Park Rangers under contract. In July 2012, he signed his current contract with Leeds United.

In his new club Paddy Kenny was able to quickly establish itself as a first-choice goalkeeper and came in 44 league games for use. With three games left in the season QPR celebrated in the Football League Championship 2010/11 promotion to the Premier League. Kenny was chosen because of its strong performance in the PFA Team of the Year of the Football League Championship.


Kenny played seven times between 2004 and 2006 in the Irish national football team.