Who could forget those wonderful years where everything was illusion and happiness? Those years of school where everything seemed to matter little and everything was easier than now. Surely, anyone, especially if it is combined with the beginning of a football life. that life, of some young people excited about football that leave almost everything to devote to it, includes “Class 92”, an exceptional report on the success of Manchester United and six key men in the recent history of the “red devils”, namely: David Beckham, Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes, Gary and Phil Neville and Nicky Butt brothers.
All members of the victory in the FA Youth Cup 1992 and seven years later the famous and historic treble Premier, FA and Champions achieved in Barcelona against Bayern Munich. sacrifices, hard training, a lot of hope, and above all, a huge friendship is what contains a tape that make these characters get some normal kids with aspirations to achieve important things.
Of course more than the documentary should see about these forties (Giggs has complied and 40) a semicuarentones (the remaining five are at a point), It is convenient to talk about its impact on one of the most prestigious and important clubs in the world and its importance in the UK and beyond its borders.
They were the engine of a team led by Alex Ferguson who implanted a quick ball movement, a beautiful band play with Giggs on the left end and Beckham making the right precious balls serving the area. Continuous waves of attack that ended in many occasions, a young Paul Scholes then while Butt and Neville brothers contributed the necessary security back to Schmeichel had saved well back.
An example of team where the good atmosphere reigned, where the six remaining after games to party and where to make happy was the most important. You could talk about the Champions won, Club World conquered, six Premier you made since 1995 a 2001, of the 2 FA CUP expired or 3 Community Shields on his back.
A good resume, without doubt, to summarize achievements in their careers. But it would be unfair, they did not provide only titles. They got much more. Show, repercussion, prestige, They were a perfect cluster and a well-oiled machine as doing things right. In his memory, thus, it is post.