Jose Mourinho showed his selflessness as he spent Monday delivering essential goods to vulnerable people in Enfield.
With many Brits not being able to get to the supermarkets because of, let’s face it, the selfishness of others, the former United manager has taken matters into his own hands.
While wearing a mask to protect himself from the coronavirus, Mourinho delivered care packages to those most at risk of suffering from COVID-19.
The virus has now caused the UK to go into almost full lockdown with people being told to stay in their homes unless they need to work or buy essentials.
PM Boris Johnson announced on Monday evening that all non-essential stores were to shut and police would have the power to issue fines to stop social gatherings.
But while could help, he distributed food and other items for charity AgeUK who are giving support to those who need it the most at this difficult time.
Mourinho may be criticised within football for his actions as manager, but away from it he is caring and considerate and this classy act is the latest example.
We urge everyone to resist temptation and stay indoors at this time.
See the video below, courtesy of TalkSPORT:
Jose Mourinho spent today delivering essential goods to vulnerable people in Enfield struggling due to Coronavirus.
This is pure class from Jose 👏👏
— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) March 23, 2020
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