"You can't win anything with kids," once proclaimed pundit Alan Hansen on Match of the Day, referring to the very same Manchester United youngsters who went on to win not anything, but everything, over the following four seasons.
Digital Spy met up with two of the Class in Manchester - Paul and Gary - to discuss the movie, who they reckon could play them in a Hollywood biopic and the time Man City fan Noel Gallagher got his hands on Gary's guitar...
Hello, lads. I really enjoyed the movie, documentary - whatever you want to call it...
Paul Scholes: "Movie's better."
Movie, it is. Firstly, what was the point when you realised how special this group of players were? »
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