Paddy Kenny

Where is Paddy Kenny now?

Former Sheffield United and Queens Park Rangers goalkeeper Paddy Kenny retired from playing professionally in 2017 after leaving Northampton Town where he was working in a player-goalkeeping coach capacity.

Starting his professional career at Bury under Neil Warnock (who ended up signing him on five occasions) , he went onto make 693 appearances for nine different clubs winning the Championship with QPR and promotion to the Premier League as runners-up with the Blades.

Away from the domestic scene Kenny was a Republic of Ireland international and represented them on seven occasions between 2004 and 2006.

Upon retiring from playing he has set up a transport company called PK Transport Movements where he works as a director as well as a driver. He also gives one-to-one coaching sessions to aspiring young keepers in his local area.

In 2020 he released his autobiography ‘The Gloves Are Off’ which lifts the lid on his time on and off the pitch.

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Paddy Kenny: Premier League Statistics

NationalityRepublic of Ireland
PositionGoalkeeper
Appearances67
Clean Sheets15
Yellow Cards4
Red Cards0
Premier League Teams Played forQPR, Sheffield United

Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com