Winger Hameur Bouazza has left Charlton to join promotion chasing Birmingham City. Bouazza came in for a lot of stick from the Addickted, and he probably wasn't Premiership level which is why Fulham loaned him out, but he is clearly thought to be good enough for Birmingham.
He did give us penetration down the wings and he did score some very impressive goals. He also failed to take advantage of some chances which was probably while there were so many complaints about him, but the extent of them was a reflection of the 'scapegoat player' phenomenon: fans are reluctant to criticise the team as a whole, or even the majority of them, but pick on one or two players to account for poor performances. More often than not, this is a defensive midfielder who is charged with playing the ball sidewards or backwards - which is what you often have to do to keep possession.
Elsewhere, 'Charlton winger' Dean Sinclair (who he?) has joined Grimsby on a month's loan after featuring at Cheltenham (a clear step forward there, then) while Stuart Fleetwood is being kept on for another month at Brighton.