In an interview with Q the music, former United player, Gary Neville talked about the class of 92, what it was like to be in the city during the 90s and the bands that dominated the scene in those days.
"It was great. United hadn’t won the league for 26 years, then they won the league without us and then us lot, the Class Of 92, we came into the team around the same time all the Manchester bands started to evolve, we had The Charlatans obviously, the Roses, Happy Mondays, then Oasis. So suddenly music and sport seemed to come together in the same city at the same time." and added "a lot of the concerts we all went to as a team. A lot of the bands, like The Charlatans, were fans of United, and we were fans of them. Though some of the bands were City fans, but we all went to them together. We were all big music fans. Even David. There’s nothing better than watching a band in Manchester, the sun’s out, there’s thousands of people, whether it’s The Charlatans, The Stone Roses, any of the great Manchester bands, it doesn’t get any better than that. It’s an escape from the pressures of what you’re doing in your life, from the pressure of being a football player or whatever.