Goalkeeper Paddy Kenny joined Leeds United from Queens Park Rangers in the summer of 2012, signing a three-year contract.
Paddy arrived at Elland Road with a wealth of experience and knew, then manager, Neil Warnock well, having worked with the former United boss at Bury, Sheffield United, and QPR.
He was initially plucked from non-league Bradford Park Avenue while Warnock was at Bury, and he followed his manager to Sheffield United.
Paddy, a Yorkshireman, is a two-time promotion winner to the Premier League, with Sheffield United and QPR.
During QPR's promotion season he kept a club record 24 clean sheets, and he made 33 Premier League starts in 2011/12, keeping seven clean sheets.
He won Player of the Year awards at both Bramall Lane and Loftus Road and had made almost 600 career appearances prior to joining Leeds.
The goalkeeper was the club's fourth signing of the summer, following Jason Pearce, Adam Drury, and Paul Green to United.
In his first season at United Paddy was an ever-present in the Championship, only making way for Jamie Ashdown in the Capital One Cup and FA Cup. He was the only United player to appear in every league fixture, putting in some impressive performances along the way.
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