Jose Mourinho volunteering to deliver food to Tottenham’s distribution hub

Tottenham Hotspur manager Jose Mourinho is set to volunteer to help grow food and deliver it to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, where it will be given to those in need in the local area during the coronavirus outbreak.

The state-of-the-art £1bn stadium is being used for a number of means despite football being suspended across the country.

Antenatal and maternity services are being provided there so that pregnant women can avoid putting themselves at risk and hospital-based staff are able to focus on tackling the virus.

And the stadium is also being used as a food distribution hub where meals are given out to those most in need, with produce being grown at Spurs' training centre.

In a video shared on Spurs' official Twitter account, Mourinho said: "Hi, Jose here. This is the kitchen garden at the training centre where we grow fresh fruit and vegetables for the first team restaurant.

"Now this food is being taken to our distribution hub at the stadium so it can reach those most in need within our community.

"From next week, I'll be volunteering my time to help out in the garden and take this food to the stadium as we fight this pandemic together.

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