13st 10lbs (87.0kg)
Slavia Prague, Tottenham Hotspur (L)
Radek started out as understudy to former Rangers goalkeeper Jan Stejskal at Slavia Prague, where he made 180 appearances for Slavia in his native Czech Republic. In his time at Slavia he twice won domestic cup competitions as well as gaining 11 under-21 caps.
He was brought over to Tottenham Hotspur initially as cover to Paul Robinson in the wake of Kasey Keller`s move away from White Hart Lane back in 2005. This loan deal was quickly extended until the end of the 2007/08 season.
Radek had to wait long and hard for a consistent run in the team, and it didn't come until boss Martin Jol was fired, and Juande Ramos lost patience with the inconsistent performances of Paul Robinson. Radek played against Arsenal in the League Cup semi-final, before being replaces by Robinson in the memorable final win.
Cerny made the switch to Rangers following the end of the 2007/08 campaign, and made three international appearances for the Czech Republic.
Initially first choice over Lee Camp, the 'keeper then played second fiddle to Paddy Kenny after a couple of years as top dog in W12.
He was granted the fixture agaist Leeds United after it had been confirmed that QPR had gained promotion, but had more of a role to play as Kenny picked up an injury in the top flight.
Fixtures at the Emirates and Anfield were marshaled by Cerny who played more of a role than initially expected before signing a new deal to tie him over in W12.
He did not feature in the 2012-13 campaign for QPR, falling behind Rob Green, Julio Cesar and Brian Murphy in the pecking order.
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