- Coronavirus pandemic has continued to shut activities across the world down
- Over 80,000 people have died since the outbreak in December 2019
- Premier League legends Terry and Redknapp volunteered to deliver food packages to old and vulnerable people in their environment
Premier League legends John Terry and Jamie Redknapp have teamed up to fight the deadly coronavirus pandemic in their little ways.
The former football stars were spotted delivering food materials to the doorsteps of vulnerable and the needy in their community.
Apart from Terry and Redknapp, a number of other people have taken up the volunteering role during this COVID-19 period - including footballing twins Josh and Jacob Murphy.
Both players who currently play for Cardiff and Newcastle United rendered free services in Norfolk - where they were raised.
Both Terry and Redknapp still lives in Oxshott and they joined forces with an incredible initiative set-up by local businessman James Davis on Tuesday.
SunSport reports that Davis owns a hair salon and coffee shop but decided to launch voluntary delivery service to help out the elderly and vulnerable in the area.
Speaking of his star volunteers, Davis said: "John Terry did a few of the charity drop-offs and Jamie did for vulnerable members of the church.”
The Aston Villa boss was spotted delivering food to local man Alex Smith - whose son suffers from Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.
Meanwhile, Redknapp who was dressed in a grey hoody and stylish gloves carried a carton with materials.
Davis said: "The whole of Oxshott High Street was going to severely struggle and we were going to go back ten years.
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"That is when I started Clay [hair salon] when there was no one in the village - so I chipped away and purchased shops to create destination points.
"I have not spent ten years trying to help build this village to just watch it fall down.
"I had to prop these businesses up but also make sure we keep the community’s heartbeat pumping."
Legit.ng earlier reported that the 2019/20 Premier League season could return in June with talks over the campaign's resumption already in an advanced stage.
Premier League is among the major sporting events forced to suspend following the global outbreak of coronavirus.
No Premier League match has been played for close to a month now, with Leicester City's 4-0 win over Aston Villa on Monday, March 9, the last tie to play.
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