Guy Moussi to split his wages between four charities.
New Birmingham City midfielder Guy Moussi has provided football’s good news story of the day, with the former Nottingham Forest man pledging to donate all of his wages from his four month contract at St. Andrews to charity after having been without a club since leaving the City Ground in May.
Moussi has signed a four-month deal following a successful trial with Gary Rowett’s side in the West Midlands and has pledged to donate the money to be split between four good causes – the Birmingham City Disabled Supporters’ Club, Stop Ebola, the TEV Soma Charity and a church in Paris.
Known for his tenacity and physicality in central midfield, Moussi will be looking to help the Blues to haul themselves out of the relegation zone in the Championship after making a good start to life under Gary Rowett since he replaced sacked former Newcastle midfielder Lee Clark in the St. Andrew’s hotseat.
Moussi made 150 appearances during a six-year spell at the City Ground and also spent a short spell on loan at Millwall this season, so should bring stability and Championship experienced to the centre of the park at Birmingham, whilst also bringing some much needed funds to some great causes.