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Class of 90-loo! Gary Neville, Paul Scholes and Phil Neville embark on toilet paper challenge Gary and Phil Neville, as well as Paul Scholes, took part in the toilet roll challenge The trend has become popular with roll hoarded due to the coronavirus outbreak Hotel Football are owned by Gary Neville and fellow Man United icon Ryan Giggs Gary Neville made the property available free of charge for NHS workers to use 

By Kishan Vaghela For Mailonline

Published: 22:30 BST, 8 April 2020 | Updated: 23:04 BST, 8 April 2020

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Challenges involving toilet rolls have become frequent since Europe went into lockdown due to the coronavirus - and three well-renowned former players are the latest celebrities to have tried their hand at the 'stay at home' activity.

The social media trend of doing several kick-ups with a toilet roll has become a popular activity with the item hoarded by panic-buyers due to the coronavirus outbreak.

And Gary Neville and brother Phil, as well as former midfielder Paul Scholes, all joined the hype and participated in the toilet paper challenge posted on the Twitter page of Hotel Football, a Manchester property which Gary owns.

Gary Neville was one of the three Man United players from the Class of 92 to do the challenge

Gary Neville was one of the three Man United players from the Class of 92 to do the challenge

The toilet roll challenge was posted on the Twitter page of Hotel Football, which Neville owns

The toilet roll challenge was posted on the Twitter page of Hotel Football, which Neville owns

The trio are part of the famous Class of 92, which also includes David Beckham, Nicky Butt and Ryan Giggs, who all went on to create history with United.

Former right-back Gary Neville was first up and he appeared to manage more than 10 keepie-uppies, although there was some controversy with

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