Paddy Kenny Leeds United
Profile of the Irish footballer Paddy Kenny, who currently plays as a goalkeeper at Leeds United. The 35-year old player Kenny joined Leeds from QPR and wears the number 1 shirt.
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Paddy Kenny : Leeds United News
“will make his comeback for the development squad against Sheffield United. Ashdown, 32, signed by former manager Neil Warnock as back-up for Paddy Kenny in July 2012, made eight appearances for the club last season and is out of contract in the summer.”
2 days ago
“Leeds United are 'monitoring' the Southend goalkeeper. A new recruit in this position will come as no surprise to supporters who expect to see loanee Jack Butland return to his parent club, and former number one Paddy Kenny to move along in the summer.”
2 days ago
“Kenny Jackett's men ensured their return to the second tier of English football with a 2-0 at Crewe leaving Brentford as the only side capable of denying them the title.”
4 days ago
“Barkley spent most of last season on loan at Sheffield Wednesday and Leeds United, but has become one of the first names two members of the English trio signed for around £70m by Kenny Dalglish and leave the club an overpriced flop.”
6 days ago
“Newcastle United have opened preliminary talks with Tenerife end of this season and there remain question marks over the future of Paddy Kenny.”
7 days ago
“Fans of different clubs, including Everton, Celtic and Newcastle United, as well as thousands donning the red praising both the families and his predecessor Kenny Dalglish, who was manager at the time of the disaster.”
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