Watch Class of '92: Full Time |

Watch documentary | Collectively known as the "Class of '92" Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes, Nicky Butt and the Neville brothers - Phil & Gary - have decided to transform Salford City into a full time football club, with the ultimate aim of reaching the Football League. These five former Manchester United players bought their local, non-league, semi-professional football club Salford City FC in 2014. The club's joint managers, Anthony Johnson and Bernard Morley aka "Bernard & Johnno", have never managed professionally. Talk of going pro has put them on edge, and results on the pitch start to suffer. Will they get a shot at their dream of being full time football managers? Some players will be asked to stay and become professional, some will be released. The club is run by loyal volunteers, will they be offered full time jobs at the club they love? Many are suspicious about the owners' plans. To make the club ready for promotion, the owners have also decided to rebuild their stadium, Moor Lane. With building regulations imposing strict deadlines and work falling behind, the club could face relegation if the stadium doesn't meet safety standards. As the season draws to a close, Salford are desperate to salvage a place in the playoffs. After league promotions in the previous 2 seasons, can they make it a remarkable hat-trick?