Tottenham Hotspur manager Jose Mourinho have volunteered to be food delivery drivers to help during the coronavirus lockdown.
Spurs announced on Thursday that the 57-year-old will be volunteering his time to make weekly deliveries from the club's training ground to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, which is acting as a food distribution hub during the crisis.
“This is a garden at our training centre that grows fresh fruit and vegetables here for the first-team restaurant,” the Spurs boss said in a Twitter video.
“Now this food is being taken to our food food distribution hub at the [Tottenham Hotspur] stadium so it can be given to those most in need in the community.
“From next week I will be volunteering my time to help out in the garden and take this food to the stadium.”
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Meanwhile, West Ham United boss David Moyes has also volunteered as delivery driver and has been helping to bring food to elderly people in a village in Lancashire during the coronavirus lockdown.
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