One of the most famous footballers of all time went back to school today.
Sir Bobby Charlton and his wife Lady Norma were in Middleton in Greater Manchester for a special ceremony.
They were signing up the latest school to the Manchester United Foundation, which works to educate, motivate and inspire young people.
And as our correspondent Ashley Derricott reports, the town has special memories for the VIP visitors:
Manchester United legend Sir Bobby Charlton has launched the latest Manchester United Foundation partner school, at Middleton Technology School.
Soccer legend Sir Bobby Charlton tells pupils in Middleton "work hard and be proud of your achievements." http://t.co/vWlkVE9IzD
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