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Birmingham City's new midfielder is donating ALL his wages to charity

Guy Moussi is clearly one of the good guys.

Moussi left Nottingham Forest in the summer.
Moussi left Nottingham Forest in the summer.
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BIRMINGHAM CITY TODAY announced the signing of French midfielder Guy Moussi on a two-month contract.

The 29-year-old has been a free agent since leaving Nottingham Forest in the summer and will attempt to prove his worth to manager Gary Rowett.

While on the short-term deal at the Championship club, Moussi will not be paid a penny as he has decided to donate all of his wages to charity.

Birmingham City Disabled Supporters Club, Stop Ebola, MIGDM (Mission Internationale des Querisons des Delivrances des miracles) in Paris and TEV Soma Charity, which raising money for the Soma Mine disaster in Turkey, will all benefit from the tremendous gesture.

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