On Thursday, Spurs revealed that Jose Mourinho, 57, will volunteer to send weekly supplies from the club’s training ground to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, which serves as a food delivery centre throughout the crisis. David Moyes is said to be joining him.
During the shutdown West Ham cut their player’s salaries. Now, they appear to be focusing more and more on their humanitarianism.
Tottenham Hotspur manager Mourinho and West Ham United chief Moyes work as food distribution drivers to aid with the coronavirus shutdown.
Moyes has, in fact, previously worked as a truck driver and helped provide meals to the needy people in a village in Lancashire.
“This is a garden for the first-team restaurant in our training center which grows fresh fruit and vegetables here.” Mourinho said in a Twitter video.
“The food is already being delivered to our food distribution centre at the [Tottenham Hotspur] stadium so that it will be distributed to people who are most in need of the city. Starting this week I will volunteer to help out of the garden and carry this food to the stadium.”