Vanarama National League South club Whitehawk have followed up the signing of midfielder Brian Howard with the completion of the signings of experienced forward Kevin Lisbie and young goalkeeper Tom Stewart.
Lisbie signs for the Hawks after most recently playing for Barnet in 2016.
He started his career with then-Premier League side Charlton Athletic and made 155 appearances for The Addicks, scoring 16 goals during an eleven-year spell.
His most memorable moment with Charlton came in 2003 when he scored a hat-trick in a 3-2 win over Liverpool.
He then had spells with Colchester United, Ipswich Town and Millwall before signing for Leyton Orient in 2011, featuring 111 times and scoring 46 goals with the East London club.
Twenty-year old Stewart signs for the Hawks after most recently playing for Ryman League Division One South side Whyteleafe.
He previously played for the academy team of Morecambe and Guiseley AFC and has also this season been with Vanarama National League South side Harrogate Town.
Stewart will relieve a goalkeeping issue at the club owing to Lucas Covolan’s suspension and an injury to Ross Flitney.