Guy Moussi: New Birmingham City midfielder donates wages to charity
New Birmingham City midfielder Guy Moussi has pledged to donate all of his wages to four charities after signing a short-term deal until 18 January.
The 29-year-old, a free agent after leaving Nottingham Forest in May, had been on trial with Gary Rowett's side.
He will be splitting his wages between the Birmingham City Disabled Supporters Club, Stop Ebola, a church in Paris and the TEV Soma Charity.
The Frenchman made 150 appearances in his six-year spell at Forest.
|A charitable gesture|
|Ex-England captain David Beckham gave his salary to a local children's charity when signing a five-month deal at Paris St-Germain in 2013.|
He had a short loan spell with Millwall last season, playing three games for the London club.
The TEV Soma Charity raises money for the Soma Mine disaster in Turkey.