The Class of '92, a new documentary film that chronicles the rise of six young Manchester United footballers in the early 1990s, premiered Sunday at the Odeon West End in London's Leicester Square.
The six eponymous stars—David Beckham, Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes, Gary Neville, Phil Neville and Nicky Butt—were on hand to promote the film and mingle with the masses.
More importantly for our purposes, they were also available to answer questions.
Enter the lads at Full Time Devils, who managed to coax a few interesting responses from the stars of the show.
First up, we hear from Giggs, who tries his hardest to remember what he had to do for his initiation into the team as a youngster.
Don't worry, it wasn't as bad as Becks' experience.
We then hear from Scholes, who must pick a five-a-side team from the six famous teammates—without leaving himself out.
Finally, the fellas tell us all why they love Manchester United.
Big thanks to Full Time Devils for the videos.