THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

The team that transformed United

307 Class Of 92"He's only tiny; he's got ginger hair – you'll probably have a bit of a laugh. But he can't half play." Thus Brian Kidd prepared Eric Harrison, Manchester United's celebrated youth team coach, for the less than auspicious arrival of the young Paul Scholes at the Cliff training ground. Scholes's success and longevity is perhaps the most remarkable of all the luminaries of the 1992 FA Youth Cup-winning side, which also included Giggs, Beckham, Neville, Butt... and Robbie Savage. Read more

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