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Aldershot are set to sign Kwesi Appiah on a month-long loan deal from Championship outfit Crystal Palace.

Last Updated: 12/09/12 at 18:23

Holdsworth: Admirer of Kwesi

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The forward, 22, signed for the Eagles in January having predominantly made his name in non-league football and went on to make four substitute appearances in the Championship towards the back end of last season.

Appiah stepped off the bench a further three times at the start of this campaign before making his first start for Palace in their 4-1 Capital One Cup defeat to Preston at the end of last month.

Shots boss Dean Holdsworth told the club's official website "Kwesi comes highly recommended and is a player that I am looking forward to working with.

"Whilst we have other strikers out on loan acquiring valuable game time, the arrival of Kwesi gives us another option and a month to look at him."

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