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Man of the Match - Radek Cerny

Man of the Match - Radek Cerny

Vital QPR members have voted Radek Cerny as Rangers man of the match against Swansea City.

The stopper who had been previously maligned by a section of supporters, turned in a commendable performance against the Swans to keep the game goalless.

The Czech stopper signed from Spurs in the summer was considered by many as Rangers second choice stopper behind Lee Camp, but with Camp leaving Cerny appears to have cemented his place between the sticks.

Radek Cerny came in first narrowly in front of Jamaican defender Damion Stewart.

The voting went as follows:

Radek Cerny - 35%
Damion Stewart 33%
Mikele Leigertwood - 16%
Martin Rowlands 8%
Sub - 8%

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Writer:Boxer
Date:Thursday October 23 2008
Time: 5:41PM

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Well done Radek, a couple of very good saves!
Boxer
23/10/2008 17:46:00
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A few more man of the match performances and he might actually have the fans 100% behind him
LeeCookFan
24/10/2008 06:35:00
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Don't get me wrong I don't hate the man, I just think Camp was better, I'd never boo or have a go publically, he's a decent keeper.
Boxer
24/10/2008 07:34:00
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