Class Of 92 Essay

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Over the last few class periods, our Theory of Coaching Soccer class viewed the documentary Class of 92. This film focuses on and showcases six young soccer-playing men who would go on together as members of the Manchester United to conquer the world in the arena of soccer. The Class of 92 follows (as a reenactment) the journey of these six young men (Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs, David Beckham, Nicky Butt, and Gary and Phil Neville).o
This film begins with a nostalgic scene of the soccer players intently listening in on a game they played in on May 26, 1999. After the opening scene, the film sets the stage for following each player and their individual journey as a part of the team and a part of the Manchester United. The first individual that …show more content…

He particularly liked to help people with the dressing room duties and preparation before a big game, and he was well known for being kind and encouraging to everyone. While Beckham describes his first few years as being rouch, he also attributes this to his mental toughness and resiliency.
During the later portion of the film, the players in focus are Paul Scholes and Ryan Giggs and their experiences. In one game, Manchester United versus Arsenal, Ryan Giggs had a big moment in the game, crossed everyone across the field and made a big time goal. That was a huge accomplishment by the team and much celebrated. Also for the team, the Liverpool games were considered to be a huge feat for Manchester United, and because Liverpool was so good the Manchester team always felt amazing after a win against them.
Bonding and initiation were also focused upon which was a really great highlight in this film because it truly showcased the bond between team members, the experiences they shared, and the insights they had to offer about one another. WHile some of the ways in which the men experienced initiation would not be the same today, they were ways to bring them closer and use their respective talents

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