Many Tottenham Hotspur fans loved what journalist Alasdair Gold tweeted about Jose Mourinho.
According to the post, the Portuguese coach helped Age UK deliver items to the elderly in Enfield amidst a pandemic outbreak that has kept a lot of residents in the country indoors.
As football has been postponed until at least April 30th in order to try and stop the pandemic from spreading, it seems as if Mourinho has found other ways to occupy himself and this gesture has certainly raised his appeal with many Spurs supporters.
The former Porto, Chelsea, Real Madrid, Inter Milan and Manchester United manager has so far coached 26 games for Tottenham in all competitions but has only managed 11 wins and the north London club have conceded 41 goals in the process, according to Transfermarkt.
Mourinho has won 14 major trophies in his career as per the website but will not win one with Spurs this season as they are out of all domestic and European cup competitions and are too far off in the Premier League (via BBC).
Yet these Spurs love what Jose did and expressed their thoughts under Gold’s post:
Absolute class 👏🏻
— Shxay (@ShxayYT) March 23, 2020
Well, there’s a feeling I’ve never had for Jose before! 💙
— NeilB__ (@NeilB__) March 23, 2020
Fantastic effort. Great sense of community from a man who is trying his best
— Julian King (@twitthewit1) March 23, 2020
God Bless you 🙏🙏🙏
— 🏴BARRY AMBROSE 🇬🇧 (@bazmanspurs) March 24, 2020
Top man, he can stay.
— ricky tickler (@deannosbest) March 23, 2020
Good on him, top man.
— Steve Cooper (@scoom90) March 23, 2020
— Soundman (@NickPriceAudio) March 24, 2020
The Special One ☝️
— Amit Sooden (@hitman25091979) March 24, 2020
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