You can win everything with kids: Ferguson opens community sports site

Sir Alex Ferguson visited Broadoak School in Manchester this week to open a new community sports site known as the Partington Sports Village.

Alex Ferguson opens Partington Sports Village
Alex Ferguson opens Partington Sports Village

The Manchester United manager spoke with children at the school, which was awarded £1m by the Football Foundation towards the cost of developing the facilities. Sport England also provided funds.

The village, which will be used both by pupils and by local people, includes an artificial grass pitch with floodlights, a multi-use games area and grass pitches, as well as support facilities such as an ICT sports suite for coach education.

According to Ofsted, Broadoak is located in one of the most deprived parts of the country.

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