Coronavirus: Jose Mourinho helps deliver food parcels to elderly isolated at home

Coronavirus: Jose Mourinho helps deliver food parcels to elderly isolated at home

- Coronavirus has destroyed the world sporting calendar for 2020

- Spurs boss Jose Mourinho helped deliver food parcels to old men and women

- Tottenham are occupying eight position on the Premier League table

Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho has won the hearts of many after being spotted helping in the delivery of food parcels to some elderly men and women who are isolating themselves home.

The world have all been advised to stay at home for now due to the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus which has caused serious confusion and sadness to all humans.

Businesses are not going on smoothly in every parts of the world as some big firms and government have even ordered their workers to stay at home to prevent the spread.

And on Monday, March 23, Jose Mourinho decided to join the crew of people who are supplying food items to old men and women in London.

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This gesture was possible for the former Manchester United handler since there is no training or games for his players at Premier League side Spurs.

When Jose Mourinho appeared at the venue of the takeoff, some volunteers were shocked to see the man known as the Special One to come out for such voluntary job.

But the 57-year-old made sure that his noses and hands are covered well so as to avoid contracting the deadly virus.

Jose Mourinho was seen packing foods and other things inside bags to where he will deliver them to the elders who are in need.

Coronavirus has honestly destroyed the sporting calendar for the year 2020 as all games have been postponed in mostly all the nations in the world.

Before the Premier League was suspended, Jose Mourinho and his wards were occupying eight position on the table with the hope of finishing among the top four this season.

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Earlier, had reported how entire football fraternities were thrown into mourning and serious confusion following the death of Spanish football coach Francisco Garcia who died after contracting coronavirus.

The 21-year-old Spaniard is said to have been working with Portada Alta which is a club in Malaga since three years ago before he died untimely.

According to the report on UK Sun, Garcia was first diagnosed of leukemia and was rushed to the hospital before the symptoms of coronavirus came.

He is now the first youngest victim of the deadly coronavirus which has been troubling the planet earth since December 2019.

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