Class of '92 - Netflix
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.
Status: To Be Determined
Runtime: 60 minutes
Class of '92 - Salford City F.C. - Netflix
Salford City Football Club is a professional football club in Kersal, Salford, Greater Manchester, England, competing in the National League, the fifth tier of English football.
Class of '92 - 1989 to 2005 - Netflix
Salford appeared in the Manchester Premier Cup Final at Old Trafford in 1989 and the same season saw floodlights installed at Moor Lane and the dropping of the Amateurs tag to become Salford City. In 1990 the club celebrated its 50th year by entering the FA Cup for the first time and received national exposure on BBC Television's Grandstand's “Road to Wembley” feature. Relegation followed the same season, however. With League restructuring in 1992 the club regained its place in Division One and with ex-Manchester United starlet Billy Garton in charge finished ninth, the club's highest ever league position. The following years saw improvement on this and under Andy Brown they finished third (on goal difference) missing out on promotion only in the last few games as well as again reaching the final of the Premier Cup. The last few seasons, under manager Gary Fellows, saw the club establish itself as one of the dominant sides in the North West Counties League having won the League Challenge Cup in 2006 and just missing out on promotion in 2007 with virtually an all local squad. In the 2004–05 season, the club reached the third round of the FA Vase, and reached the third qualifying round of the FA Cup in the following season, also winning the North West Counties League Cup, beating Cammell Laird in the final.
Class of '92 - References - Netflix