José Mourinho may consider himself "the special one" but there was no doubting that Roberto Nascimento da Silva Lazaró was "the great one."
At the ripe old age of 90, Robinho Lazaró was on the verge of the ultimate honour for any Football Manager. The wily old manager was just three points away from becoming the greatest of all time, which meant he just needed to add one more trophy to his outrageous tally of 80 cup and... Continue Reading →
At the ripe old age of 82, Robinho Lazaró was as hungry as ever, leading his exciting young Vasco da Gama squad into the 2067 campaign. HIs big aim for the season ahead was to take a title fight to Goianiense, who'd won the last two Série A, after finishing third in 2066. Vasco began... Continue Reading →
On 1 June, 2063, Lazaró boarded a flight across the English Channel and was given a warm welcome by an excitable French fan base decked in blue and red. Because Lazaró was the new manager of Paris Saint-Germain.
A stellar start to the 2061/62 campaign saw Newcastle United sitting top of the Premier League heading into the new year. Surely they couldn't win their first English title since 1927 in Robinho Lazaró's first season in charge?!
After five years in Italy, 77-year-old Roberto Nascimento da Silva Lazaró left AC Milan on a high by winning his fourth successive Scudetto. He had an intriguing new opportunity that he'd accepted mid-way through the 2060/61 campaign, which would take him back to England with his 17th football club and 19th role as a Football Manager.
Robinho Lazaró wrapped up the 27th league title of his long and distinguished Football Manager career as his AC Milan side won Serie A in 2057/58. His next task was to keep developing the club's exciting young prospects and defend the Scudetto.
AC Milan's strong start to the 2057/58 campaign saw the club's board dish out a new one-year contract that nearly doubled 73-year-old manager Robinho Lazaró's wages to £95,000-per-week.
After two years and two league title successes in Portugal, Robinho Lazaró was really enjoying his time with Sporting CP. But, at the ripe old age of 71, he also knew that he'd be foolish not to keep an eye out for new opportunities.