Tottenham Hotspur manager Jose Mourinho and West Ham United chief David Moyes are working as food distribution drivers to aid with the coronavirus shutdown.
Moyes has previously worked as a truck driver and helped provide meals to the needy people in a village in Lancashire.
On Thursday, Spurs revealed that 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.
“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.”
During the shutdown West Ham also cut their player’s salaries.