Two-time Champions League winning-manager Jose Mourinho turned his hand to volunteering to help elderly residents affected by the coronavirus crisis in north London.
The Tottenham boss worked alongside Age UK and Love Your DoorStep in Enfield, near Spurs’ training ground, in preparing food parcels and other items for delivery to the more vulnerable members of the community.
“I am here to help Age UK Enfield, Love Your DoorStep Enfield and of course you can donate food, money or be a volunteer,” Mourinho said on a video posted by Love Your DoorStep’s Twitter account.
The charity has been delivering essential goods to elderly members of society who have been advised to stay in quarantine for the next 12 weeks.
Meanwhile, UEFA has taken the decision to postpone the men’s and women’s Champions League finals and the Europa League final due to the ongoing health crisis in Europe.
Istanbul was set to host the men’s Champions League showpiece on May 30, while the Europa League final was due to take place on May 27 in Gdansk.
“UEFA has formally taken the decision to postpone the club finals originally scheduled for May 2020,” a statement read. You can read the rest of the statement right here…