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Glasgow 2014: FM Alex Salmond says Games will have great 'people legacy'

Ahead of the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games at Celtic Park in Glasgow, First Minister Alex Salmond says the event will have an economic legacy but also a legacy for the people of Scotland.

He told BBC Radio Scotland's Good Morning Scotland programme: "The real legacy is the people legacy - not just in the people who have had an opportunity and a life chance, thousands of them in terms of the preparations for the Games, but the impact it has on the minds of future generations and the people who use the 150 sports hubs which are growing up around the country."