Next Episode of Class of '92 is
Documentary following the ex-Manchester United stars known as the Class of '92 as they buy a football club seven tiers down from the Premier League with a dream of taking it up to the top.
After last year's roller coaster ride, ex-Manchester United stars and co-owners of Salford FC Ryan Giggs, Phil and Gary Neville, Paul Scholes and Nicky Butt have set their sights on winning the league again. But an amazing FA Cup run could be the best and worst thing that happens to them as the team slide in the league. Salford life, away from the pitch, proves to be just as dramatic. We last saw the owners celebrating on the pitch at Moor Lane as Salford City were crowned champions of First Division North. But it soon becomes clear that life in the new league is not going to be the same fairy-tale story as last season. With the famous owners busy with their other football commitments, a struggle to sign new players and their star striker preparing for retirement, the club need to dig deep to put the performance on the pitch that the fans now expect. Can Salford turn their fortunes around and find their winning form again?
The documentary following Salford City FC continues. Halfway through the season, an ill-fated trip to Ilkeston leaves Salford City's dream of a promotion in tatters. The managers are asking questions of their players, and accusations of disengagement and laziness are thrown around the dressing room. The troubles of Salford are being mirrored in Spain, where the Neville brothers are struggling in their new roles at Valencia FC. Protests from fans and poor results leave Phil and Gary facing their toughest challenge yet. Back at Moor Lane, and with the season coming to a close, Jonno and Bernard try a softer approach. Intensive training sessions and rousing team talks seem to turn the form around. Promotion now hangs on a play-off final against Workington FC, and nerves are racing on what is the biggest day in the club's history. With the famous owners and friends and family watching on, the managers must keep themselves and their players focused. Can the team continue the fairytale?
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