Date: 23rd March 2020 at 8:00pm
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With the postponement of the 2019/20 Premier League fixture list, Wolverhampton Wanderers chairman Jeff Shi had already released a very classy statement as he addressed the fans the other week, but over the weekend the club went one step further and confirmed that they (and owners Fosun via their charitable aim, Fosun Foundation) had donated 2300 pieces of Personal Protective Equipment to New Cross Hospital.

The donation was actually the seventh batch of medical supplies they had shipped out in an effort to play their part having set up a Global Covid-19 Relief Programme.

Quoted by the BBC following the gesture, Shi restated that Wolves would do ‘all it could’ to actively support doctors and community workers at this moment in time.

“Our health and community care staff are working extremely hard to protect us against the Covid-19 outbreak, so it is so important that we do our bit to support them. The football may have stopped temporarily, but Wolves remains an important part of our local community, and we will fight on with the people of Wolverhampton, and do all we can to support our doctors and community workers, until we win the battle against the virus.”

It’s not the only effort from the club when it comes to the local community either, as earlier today they and the Wolves Foundation announced that they would be making contact with supporters (beginning with our oldest season ticket holders) for a simple chat, as well as offering assistance with groceries and prescription collections should it be needed.

It’s a top response from the club, understandably went down incredibly well with the fans.

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