Warnock could face keeper dilemma

QPR manager Neil Warnock says he will face a selection dilemma if goalkeeper Paddy Kenny is given the green light to return to action this week.

Kenny will today undergo another scan, the results of which could allow him to resume full training after an injury Rangers initially feared might require surgery and keep him sidelined for up to two months.

Kenny’s condition is being assessed.

His swift recovery is a huge bonus for the club, but veteran stopper Radek Cerny was outstanding in Saturday’s 1-0 defeat at Liverpool and could yet keep his place against Manchester United this weekend.

Warnock said: “Paddy’s doing really well. He wanted to train with the rest of the squad on Wednesday and Thursday last week but they wouldn’t let him until he’s had the scan.

“He isn’t far away, but will he get back in? Radek has been great for us since he’s come in and I’m so pleased for him, because he works so hard. Let him have his moment – he deserves it.

“You won’t get a better pro than Radek. Every day he puts the work in to help the other keepers and isn’t doing it for financial reasons.”

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