Wolverhampton Wanderers have given an amateur Polish football team an early Christmas present after its facilities were destroyed by thieves.

Wilki Rozana, a club named after the Midlands club - Wilki means Wolves in the Polish language – suffered major heartache when yobs ransacked their changing rooms and raided their stock of equipment, leaving them with nothing – not even any footballs.

Wolves’ official club partner CoinDeal, a crypto trading platform, was founded by three Poles – Adam Bicz, Kajetan Mackowiak and Filip Dzierzak – and they joined forces to help out the ailing outfit.

CoinDeal received several kits from Wolves which it donated to the Polish club while star midfielder Ruben Neves also sent a good luck message.

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“Coindeal has been involved in cooperation with Premier League team Wolverhampton Wanderers for several months,” said Mackowiak.

“We operate on the global scale, but we are happy that we can also support local sports initiatives such as Wilki Rozana.”

CoinDeal were presented with a special blue Rozana shirt as a token of thanks.

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