The big Czech stopper only pulled his gloves on 28 times during a 4 year spell at the club, however when called upon he proved an able understudy. Having initially signed from Slavia Prague on an 18 month loan, the goalkeeper made his debut in May against Aston Villa, in a 5-1 victory, keeping his place in the side for the final 3 games.
The former Slavia Prague ‘keeper had his best run in the side in his final season, under new coach Juande Ramos. The Czech international was called upon in the League Cup semi final at The Emirates, after Paul Robinson was experiencing a dip in form. Cerny played well in the game, which ended 1-1, keeping his place in the side for 9 games, until a mistake in the Uefa Cup, which allowed Robinson back into the frame.
Cerny left in the 2008 close season for first team football at QPR. He has impressed at Loftus Road, helping them into the Premier League for the 2011/2012 season.