The Class of '92 (2013)

Director
Benjamin Turner; Gabe Turner

Main cast
David Beckham; Paul Scholes; Ryan Giggs; Phil Neville; Gary Neville

Genres
Documentary

Description
A documentary about the rise of six youth team players at Manchester United. From 1992 to 1999, the year of the Treble. Nicky Butt, Paul Scholes, the Neville brothers, Ryan Giggs and David Beckham give their insight to breaking into the first team and the emotions of playing at one of the biggest clubs in the world.


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