Manchester United's Class of '92 are the stars of an upcoming film, albeit with one glaring error.
Phil Neville did not play in the 1992 FA Youth Cup-winning side which became central to the club's hegemony in the late 90s and early 00s.
The younger Neville featured in the 1992-93 Youth Cup campaign, which ended in defeat to Leeds United, and skippered the 1994-95 side to glory
United's 90s graduates line up alongside each other for the film poster
It is expected the film will address Neville's absence from the '92 side, which also boasted Robbie Savage and Keith Gillespie.
A subject covered on two separate occasions by United's in-house TV channel in 2012 and a 2000 video documentary, the new film will be released in cinemas on 2 December.
Ten members of United's 12-man matchday squad for the 1992 second leg final with Crystal Palace went on to play in the club's first team.
United's youth teamers reunited at Gary Neville's testimonial
Paul Scholes missed the occasion through injury, but scored in the 1993 final defeat at Elland Road.
United's 90s lads on a night out earlier this year
Ryan Giggs, the oldest of the six, is the only one still playing following Scholes, Neville and David Beckham's retirements in the summer. Gary Neville and Nicky Butt ended their playing careers in 2011.
With the exception of Beckham, the youth graduates are all involved in coaching.
— Robbie Savage (@RobbieSavage8) November 4, 2013