The Class of 92

Synopsis: The Class of 92, a cinematic documentary detailing the rise to prominence and global sporting superstardom of six supremely talented young Manchester United footballers (David Beckham, Nicky Butt, Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes, Phil and Gary Neville). The film covers the period 1992-1999, culminating in Manchester United's European Cup triumph, and will dramatically interweave and mirror the highs and lows of its football odyssey with the immense social and cultural changes taking place in Britain at the time.
Director(s): Benjamin Turner (co-director), Gabe Turner (co-director)
Production: Evan Saxon Productions
99 min



Welcome to Barcelona.

Almost 100,000 people here

in the Nou Camp this evening.

It really is an extraordinary atmosphere.

But you do wonder

is fate now taking a hand

in Manchester United's destiny.

They have made their own luck

with their boldness and their adventure,

but they have had just enough luck

to stand here on the brink of history.

It's the chance of a lifetime.

A treble chance,

the likes of which no English team

has had before, or may ever get again.


is not a year on which I shall look back

with undiluted pleasure.

One of

Manchester's busiest shopping streets,

suddenly a living hell.

A bomb planted in bushes

behind Kendals department store

showered office workers with flying glass.


FEMALE PROTESTER: Smash the poll tax

and smash the Tories

and in the end put an end

to this Tory government itself.

I've only got one thing to say,

it's nice to be back.

Ll' is clear tonight

that it is no longer a matter of whether,

but when there is a royal divorce.

England's shattered

players arrived back at the hotel.

A few hours later we once again saw

the dark face of English football.

It has turned out to be

an annus horribilis.

A club of this size,

one would expect at the platform, the stage,

everything is geared to doing very, very well.

And that very, very well

means winning the league.

The first thing I ever did

at United was buy a map.

I had a map on my wall at The Cliff

of Manchester.

And I got the scouts in.

I just wanted to make sure

that by getting the map,

that all the areas were covered.

I got all the scouts in and told them,

"I want the best boy on your team,

not the best boy on your street."


I was a Man United supporter,

and it's extra special

when you get the coaching job there.

When Sir Alex took over, everybody realised

that he wanted a vibrant youth system.

And he said to me straight out,

as typically Sir Alex does,

he says, "I'm not entirely satisfied

with the youth system," you know.

He'd only been there

probably a few weeks, or a month.

I said, "Well, you know, we've had

Norman Whiteside through,

"and Mark Hughes through."

And he looked at me with those steely eyes

and he said, "That's not enough."

I said, "Do you know how many local scouts

Manchester City have got,

"and how many

Manchester United have got?"

When I told him, he was staggered,

he was absolutely staggered.

We'd only two scouts in Manchester.

The whole of Manchester,

there were only two scouts.

Can you believe that?

If you think the population

of Greater Manchester

at that time was six million.

When I left Aberdeen,

the population of Scotland at that time

was three and a half million people,

and we had 17 scouts in Aberdeen.

And I'm not exaggerating,

within a month he trebled

the scouting system at Manchester United,

and that's when we started

getting the players.

Nicky Butt, what an absolute warrior.

What a great player Nicky Butt was.

Another Bryan Robson. Without question.

I think he nicknamed himself One Nut Butt.

He used to just head-butt people

and knock 'em out, he said.

I think the lads were always a

bit nervous about giving Butty a nickname,

'cause you didn't how he was going to

react, he might just give you a dig.

You just don't mess with him.

Scholesy was like the joker

that got away with it all the time.


We kind of nicknamed him The Ghost.

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