Man Utd legends take time out to help children with learning difficulties

Two Manchester United legends took time away from talking football today to help children with learning difficulties.

Sir Alex Ferguson visited Kingfisher Community Special School in Oldham to open a suite of rooms named after Jack Crompton, United's oldest surviving ex-player.

Jack was being recognised for his fundraising work there. But that didn't stop him and Fergie reminiscing over some of his greatest moments on the pitch.

Tim Scott reports.

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