Robinho Lazaró's next challenge was to add the Copa Libertadores to the Copa Sudamericana title he won at Alianza Lima in 2031. But, with a fairly heavy heart, he came to the assessment that Godoy Cruz was not the place to achieve it.
Aventuras Américas | Part 32 | Palmeiras #5: Brutal Brenner Inspires Unlikely Challenge
A ding-dong battle with the Palmeiras board had seen Robinho Lazaró emerge relatively unscathed and remain at the Brazilian club for a second full season in change.
Aventuras Américas | Part 30 | Palmeiras #3: Brilliant Brenner Inspires Prolific Palmeiras
Palmeiras had enjoyed an entertaining first half-season or so under new manager Robinho Lazaró. However, there was a fairly sizeable gap to the dominant forces in Brazilian football, Santos and Corinthians.
Aventuras Américas | Part 29 | Palmeiras #2: “Lazaró Means Goals”
Colombian / Brazilian manager Roberto Nascimento da Silva Lazaró, to give him his full Brazilian name, was settling nicely into life in Sao Paulo. Despite being a little concerned by Palmeiras' defensive strengths, he had a superstar striker and lots of young talent to work with.
Aventuras Américas | Part 28 | Robinho Lazaró’s Biggest Opportunity So Far
Robinho Lazaró had a season to remember in 2033/34 and was all set to extend his stay, until an opportunity arrived that was probably too big to turn down.
Aventuras Américas | Part 1 | The Adventure Begins!
While others in his situation might turn to less than legal routes to make money, Robinho Lazaró's sights were firmly set on the unlikely pipedream of becoming a football manager.
The Journeyman | Three Lions: Part 3 – World Cup 2034
Excitement was high all across England as the 2034 World Cup was upon us. I think we have a massive chance of a first World Cup win since 1966 and firmly believe we have the best team at the tournament.