1.84 m (6 ft 1̺
Bradford Park Avenue, Bury, Whitby Town (L), Sheffield United
Republic of Ireland
A Neil Warnock stalwart, Paddy Kenny first made the move to join the Rangers manager while he was manager of Bury, making the switch from Bradford Park Avenue.
After a brief spell at Whitby Town Kenny was snapped up on loan by the same boss Warnock who signed him permanently at Sheffield United, primarily as cover for Simon Tracey.
He burst onto the scene with the Blades, playing every minute of their promotion push in 2003, making him a firm fans' favourite during his time at Bramall Lane.
Opinions were certainly divided as he joined Warnock for a third time, activating a clause in his contract to join Queens Park Rangers for a fee believed to be in the region of £750,000.
He established himself as first choice and Kenny's early impressive displays earned him the plaudits of fans and pundits alike. He was voted Player of the Year as Rangers gained promotion to the Premier League.
He remained first choice at the club throughout Mark Hughes' reign but rumours persisted that Neil Warnock wanted to reunite a fourth time at Leeds United - and it came to pass that Kenny left QPR in the summer of 2012 to sign once again for Warnock.
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