In 1992 Manchester United youth team won the FA Youth Cup. That group of players nicknamed “The class of 92”, which included Ryan Giggs, Nicky Butt, David Beckham, Gary Neville, Phil Neville and Paul Scholes – all of whom went on to become key members of the team that won the unique treble in 1999. The funny thing is that in that season the Youth Team was once pitted against the Manchester United first team. And, remarkably, the first team – who were Premier League champions at the time – lost to the youngsters. Few months ago Keith Gillespie, the Northern Irish winger who was part of that famous youth team revealed some details of that match. “You know, that sort of showed you how good the team was,” says Gillespie, “because this was a Man United team which were in the middle of dominating everything. Playing against those people – Cantona, (Mark) Hughes, Schmeichel – unbelievable players. I’m sure they were a little bit worried, because we were the new kids on the block, and they’re maybe looking over their shoulders thinking, ‘Oh, he’s going to be taking my place soon…”. Interestingly, being reminded of that one-off game instantly makes brings one incident to Gillespie’s mind. “One thing I’ll always remember is Peter Schmeichel being chipped by Paul Scholes from about 30 yards…”. Sure that went down well with the famously calm and composed United keeper.