Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)
Pole Dancing for Holloway's Men; in Brief
QUEENS PARK RANGERS could hand a debut to new loan signing Marcin Kus at Luton tomorrow.
The Poland international joined from Polonia Warsaw last week and has impressed in training.
Striker Marc Nygaard is still struggling with a calf problem and Georges Santos will have a fitness test on an ankle injury, but Matthew Rose is back after a stomach muscle tear.
Manager Ian Holloway is hoping to capitalise on Luton's poor recent form. He said: "They are on their worst run for two years and have lost seven of their last nine."
The only way is up for DeMerit
JAY DEMERIT has signed a new deal with Watford until 2008.
The central defender, who would have been out of contract in June, believes Watford can sustain their push for the Premiership.
"We can achieve promotion," he said. "That's the goal everyone at the club is aiming for."
Ashley Young misses the visit to Norwich as he serves the final game of his three-match suspension but Clarke Carlisle returns from a one-match ban.
Tuttle looking for new faces
DAVE TUTTLE wants to add to his Millwall squad in the transfer window but time is against him making a signing before their clash with Wolves tomorrow. …