Beckham and co star in film detailing Manchester United's 1992 batch of brilliant British footballers
Last week we took a look at the upcoming 'Class of 92' documentary and pondered which of the six Manchester United players was the strongest player.
The trailer for that documentary has now been released and can be seen below.
The film focuses on what was a batch of some of the most successful British footballers to ever emerge from a club at one time. David Beckham, Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes, Nicky Butt and the Neville brothers all came through two successful FA Youth Cup campaigns in the early 90's, before playing a significant part in a period of unparalleled success for the Old Trafford club. Also known as "Fergies Fledglings," the group were given greater media coverage after Match of the Day pundit and former Liverpool captain Alan Hansen was unimpressed enough to famously quip "you'll never win anything with kids."
With Ryan Giggs the only one still playing, despite being the oldest and first to break into the United team, the retirement of Beckham, Scholes and Phil Neville this summer has brought a renewed level of acknowledgement to the successful crop. Giggs, Scholes and Gary Neville all remained at United their entire careers, while five of the six earned 59 international caps or more, with Nicky Butt still bringing in a healthy 39 appearances for his country.
The film will premiere in London on December 1st.
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