QPR’s Kenny hoping to grab first champions medal

QPR goalkeeper Paddy Kenny is anxious about winning his first championship title.

QPR goalkeeper Paddy Kenny is anxious about winning his first championship title.

The 32-year old and the London club are pushing towards a runaway victory in the English Championship this season, with a win against Sheffield United tonight to put them in a more commanding position.

At present, Rangers sit six points ahead of second-placed Norwich City but a victory at Loftus Road would give them a three-game lead with eight matches remaining in the season and Kenny is desperate to maintain their stranglehold on first place so he can experience a title win.

“I’ve never won one before so I want to go up as champions,” he said. “I was promoted with Sheffield United in 2006 but we were second so didn’t get a medal.

“Sometimes you can be a bit too greedy but we have always kept that gap between us and the other sides and feel we have enough to be up there challenging for first place.”

 
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