Holloway keen to see how far QPR have progressed

first_imgIan Holloway believes tonight’s game at Norwich will give an indication of how much QPR have improved since last season.Rangers narrowly avoided relegation and ended the campaign dismally, losing 4-0 to the Canaries in a one-sided game at Carrow Road.AdChoices广告They return there having made an encouraging start to this season and manager Holloway hopes to see more signs of progress.“I want to go up there and do a lot better than we did the last game of the season,” he said.“That was a hideous game from my memory and my career. I don’t like it.“We lost 4-0, let’s see what we can do against them this time.” See also:Holloway: We could be a good teamWednesday v QPR player ratingsEze scores hat-trick in QPR Under-23 gameHill describes extraordinary Hughes snubQPR target Hoban faces long spell outNorwich v QPR: Rangers unchangedHolloway in the dark over Wszolek’s injuryHolloway defiant after QPR defeat Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img

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