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Saturday, 2 December, 2000, 11:32 GMT
Lisbie in Loftus move
Danny Tiatto and Kevin Lisbie
Manchester City's Danny Tiatto tangles with Lisbie
Queens Park Rangers have signed Charlton striker Kevin Lisbie on a month's loan.

The 22-year-old has been signed as cover for injured forward Chris Kiwomya.

Lisbie had been touted as a possible make-weight in a deal for Wimbledon's John Hartson.

Following the arrival of South African international Shaun Bartlett at the Valley, Addicks boss Alan Curbishley has decided to let him look for first team football elsewhere.

Lisbie, who has scored twice this season in 16 outings, has spent loan spells at Gillingham and Reading in the last two seasons.

His arrival at Loftus Road will almost certainly signal the end of Paul Peschisolido's loan spell with Rangers with the Canadian international returning to Fulham.

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24 Nov 00 |  Charlton Athletic
Bartlett bound for the Valley
21 Nov 00 |  Charlton Athletic
Hartson move collapses
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