Date: 11th July 2012 at 6:38pm
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Paddy Kenny has said farewell to Queens Park Rangers, as he joins Neil Warnock at Leeds United.


The stalwart stopper signed a three-year deal with Leeds United today (Wednesday) for an undisclosed fee and joins ex-QPR boss Warnock for a fourth time.


A stunning 24 clean sheets from Kenny helped Rangers secure Premier League status and he has provided the QPR faithful with many wonderful memories in his brief time in W12.


Kenny was quick to praise the supporters, speaking to QPR.co.uk: ‘I’ve loved every single minute of my time at QPR.


‘It’s been an incredible two years. Winning promotion to the Premier League here is an experience that I’ll never forget – as was the rollercoaster ride of avoiding relegation last season.


‘The fans have been first class and I can’t thank them enough for their support – and for making a song about me!’



Kenny has since been replaced by England international Rob Green with Radek Cerny remaining at the club.

 

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