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Guy Moussi signs for Birmingham City and will donate wages to charity

20 November 2014

Birmingham City have signed Guy Moussi on a two-month deal - with the midfielder playing for free.

The 29-year-old former Nottingham Forest player will donate his wages to charity after signing a short-term contract at St Andrew's.

Moussi will split his wages between Birmingham City Disabled Supporters Club through the Level Playing Field campaign and Stop Ebola.

MIGDM (Mission Internationale des Querisons des Delivrances des miracles) in Paris and the TEV Soma Charity which raises money for the Soma Mine disaster in Turkey will also receive Moussi's money.

He had been training with the club over the last few weeks and impressed boss Gary Rowett.

The Frenchman was a free agent after leaving the City Ground in the summer after six years and 122 appearances.

He could make his Birmingham debut on Saturday at Rotherham.

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