Puebla FC had safely made it through to the knockout stages of the CONCACAF Champions League despite a relatively disappointing campaign in Liga MX Apertura. However, Robinho Lazaró was very much focused on continental football as he extended his stay in México.
Aventuras Américas | Part 25 | Puebla FC #3: Craziest Final Ever
Puebla FC had begun the Liga MX 2032/33 season well and by scoring lots of goals. But a dip in form and defensive fragilities had the club's fans concerned about Robinho Lazaró's perceived lack of tactical agility.
Aventuras Américas | Part 14 | NYRB #4: Christian Eriksen Inspires Greatness
Despite the media predicting them to be the fifth-worst team in the league, New York Red Bulls were well in contention for the playoff places at the halfway mark of the 2027 campaign.
Aventuras Américas | Part 12 | NYRB #2: Signing an FM15 Wonderkid (in 2026)
A strange start to life in America had seen Robinho Lazaró somehow stumble into a Champions League Final. However, he was hopeful of a stronger showing in the second half of the 2026 MLS campaign.
Aventuras Américas | Part 11 | NYRB #1: Reserves Reach Champions League Final!
After honing his managerial skills in Chile and winning his first national title with Universidad Católica, Robinho Lazaró was a man with a growing reputation. That much was proven as he moved to MLS with New York Red Bulls.