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'Gary Neville and Roy Keane went into the office for me' - Man Utd icons' chat with Sir Alex Ferguson over academy star's contract

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Hundreds if not thousands of players passed through the halls of Carrington during the Sir Alex Ferguson era. Some went on to become household names bringing untold success to Manchester United through the decades.

Others found their triumphs away from Old Trafford. Current Wrexham first team coach David Jones is one of those who fell into the latter camp.

Jones won promotion to the Premier League with Wolverhampton Wanderers and Burnley while he was also part of the famous Wigan Athletic side who beat Manchester City to win the FA Cup in 2013. ALSO READ: United striker's transfer dagger which sparked Ferguson feud Although his four appearances for United's senior team pale in comparison with what was to come, Jones still looks back on his time at the club with great pride and fondness.

A big part of this is thanks to the connections he made with the key figures at the club during his three year stint in Manchester.

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