Date: 9th May 2009 at 10:45am
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Queens Park Rangers goalkeeper Radek Cerny is the R`s solitary representative in the Actim Index top 50.

The Czech stopper sits in 35th place in the ranking with an index score of 492, but despite claiming the golden gloves didn`t make the top five goalkeepers.

There were two further Rangers players in the top 100 with Damion Stewart taking 55th place with 456 points and imminently departing forward Dexter Blackstock in 76th position with 413 points.

The top ten were as follows:

1. Sylvan Ebanks Blake – Wolves: 753
2. Tommy Smith – Watford: 707
3. Kevin Doyle – Reading: 689
4. Stephen Hunt – Reading: 684
5. Jason Scotland – Swansea: 643
6. Graham Alexander – Burnley: 638
7. Andy Lonergan – Preston: 622
8. Maik Taylor – Birmingham: 604
9. Martin Paterson – Burnley: 604
10. Ross McCormack – Cardiff: 590
35. Radek Cerny – Queens Park Rangers: 492
55. Damion Stewart – Queens Park Rangers: 456
76. Dexter Blackstock – Queens Park Rangers: 413

The Championship Actim Index is the official ratings systems for the second tier. The statistics derived are studied on a weekly basis and is proven to identify the best players.

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4 Replies to “Radek Makes Top 50”

  • I think it tells you a lot about how good our defence were as opposed to Radek, because sure he kept a lot of clean sheets, but these stats show that was the defenders being outstanding rather than Radek himself.

  • The index obviously doesn’t take into account how many times a goalkeeper makes his defenders’ hearts jump into their throats!

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