Jose Mourinho helps deliver food to needy families amid coronavirus pandemic

Jose Mourinho helps deliver food to needy families amid coronavirus pandemic

- Jose Mourinho teamed up with volunteering groups last month to help charities deliver food parcels to the vulnerable elderly people who are self-isolating

- The Tottenham manager appears not to be slowing down in his contribution towards the fight against COVID-19

- Mourinho has actively participated in making varied contribution in London since the outbreak of the pandemic

Jose Mourinho has once again evidenced his kind side after he was pictured helping Tottenham deliver freshly-grown food to the less fortunate affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

Clad in personal protective equipment, Mourinho could be seen loading boxes of foods which included spinach and rhubarb from the London club's kitchen farm.

Coronavirus: Jose Mourinho helps deliver food to needy families during pandemic

Jose Mourinho teamed up with volunteering groups to help charities deliver food parcels to the vulnerable elderly people who are self-isolating. Photo: Instagram/@spursoffcial.
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Spurs shared a string photos of the Portuguese engaged in the selfless act on Wednesday, April 29, revealing the foods will be distributed "within our local community."

"Jose Mourinho has made the first of his weekly deliveries of fresh produce from the Kitchen Garden at our Training Centre to the food distribution hub at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium," the club posted.

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Coronavirus: Jose Mourinho helps deliver food to needy families during pandemic

Jose Mourinho appears not to be slowing down in his contribution towards the fight against COVID-19. Photo: Instagram/@spursofficial.
Source: Instagram

This is the second time Mourinho has joined forces to help during the COVID-19 pandemic in London.

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Late March, the former Man United boss was praised for helping deliver essential food to the elderly people on lockdown.

At the time the 57-year-old teamed up with volunteers to help charities Age UK and Love Your Doorstep surprise the elderly with food parcels.

SunSport reports Tottenham have been receiving deliveries from their kitchen garden before donating to local communities during the pandemic.

Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Anthony Joshua has extended his hand of help to communities in his ancestral home in Nigeria by donating food items amid the pandemic.

The world heavyweight champion made a 49 seconds video clip of his plans to some communities including the slum in Makoko and in his hometown in Sagamu, Ogun state.

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AJ has never shied away from claiming he hails from the West African nation and has taken a step further by donating to the needy during the harsh economic conditions.

The Nigerian-born Brtish heavyweight fighter has occasionally visited the country and has met with the number citizen President Muhammadu Buhari.

Joshua reclaimed his WBO, WBA, IBF and IBO belts in December 2019 from the man who knocked him out in June that same year, Andy Ruiz Jr.

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