Date:Wednesday August 2 2006
Tomasz Frankowski has recieved a vote of confidence from new Poland coach Leo Beenhakker.
Franek was sensationally frozen out of Poland's World Cup squad, despite being top scorer in theirs and England's qualifying group.
But a dismal set of displays in Germany saw the demise of former coach Pawel Janas , and an appalling goal haul in the tournament has seen Beenhakker, the first non-Pole to coach Poland, recall The Fox In The Box for their friendly against Denmark on August 16.
If anyone at Wolves needs a confidence boost it's Franek. And having the faith of his national coach is sure to do that.
And if that in turn benefits Wolves, there will be a few Vodka's raised in Beenhakkers direction at Olofin Towers the first time Franek finds the net in old gold and black
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