Wimbledon, Brentford (L), Gillingham, Preston North End, Bristol City (L)
Starting out his career at Wimbledon, he built his reputation in the Championship as a difficult proposition for any defender, with an exciting blend of pace and power.
After scoring 20 league goals in 120 appearances for the Dons, he had a brief loan spell at Brentford. He then secured a move to Gillingham for a fee in the region of £150,000, where he scored 8 goals in the calendar year he spent with the Gills in 2004.
The tricky striker then ventured out of the south, and went up north with Preston North End for a price tag of £350,000. In over three years at Deepdale, Agyemang made 122 appearances for the Lillywhites scoring 21 league goals.
Rangers made a move for the Ghanaian international, who has made three appearances for the Black Stars, in the January transfer window, and he made his debut in the 1-0 FA Cup defeat at Chelsea.
After an initial impressive scoring run that saw him bag eight goals in six games, Pat's scoring dried up and he ended up going out on loan to Bristol City with a view to a permanent deal.
That deal never came to fruition as he returned to W12 and boss Neil Warnock utilised Agyemang predominantly from bench in 2010 - unfortunately this was cut short following a training ground injury.
Agyemang scored a goal against Derby and former club Bristol City - two goals that were crucial as Rangers went on to become champions of the Championship.
He was relied on heavily in the early Premier League season after injuries to Jay Bothroyd and DJ Campbell meant he started against Everton and Wigan - he went no further however, being loaned out to Millwall and Stevenage.
He was released in June 2012.
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