Class of ’92 get Coke bottle makeover

Class of ’92 get Coke bottle makeover

The Class of ’92 were back together again for a friendly match against Salford City during the summer but now they’ve got back together in an entirely different way.

A custom set of Coca Cola bottles has been made for the Class of ’92 showing them all lined up in a row.

Back in 1992, the Class of ’92 lined up with their arms on each other’s shoulders standing behind Eric Harrison, something which the Coca Cola bottles is replicating.

Phil Neville sent a picture of the Coca Cola bottles out on his official Instagram account.

The Class of ’92 might not be playing football any more but they are still very much working alongside each other as the majority of them are invested in Hotel Football which will soon open up opposite Old Trafford.

The hotel will also house the Old Trafford Supporters Club and with an overall capacity of 1,500 fans on a matchday, it will be thriving after it opens in December.

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