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When Robinho Lazaró set his heart on becoming a Football Manager 22 in July 2021, he could barely have imagined the exciting adventures he'd have enjoyed and successes he'd have achieved 23 years on.
In somewhat of a surprising move, Robinho Lazaró stepped down as manager of newly crowned World Champions Brazil and headed back to his home nation Colombia in August 2042. Lazaró's new and sole remaining objective on his Aventuras Américas journey was to try and win Copa America, so when Colombia came calling he thought this would represent a fun new challenge.
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Robinho Lazaró moved to a total of five leagues and one cup success in his near-nine years of management. However, the Apertura doesn't, in Lazaró's mind anyway, count as being the national champion.
Robinho Lazaró was allowed the luxury of about a week for his head to recover from the baffling concept that is the Colombian Liga BetPlay Dimayor. His América de Cali side played 74 matches in the 2029 season, and looked set to play just as many in the coming campaign if they wanted any chance of success!
A seemingly neverending season, in which América had already played 38 games at the halfway mark, now saw them tackle the Finalización stage of the campaign.
Seven years ago, Roberto Nascimento da Silva Lazaró packed his bags and departed his homeland of Colombia to fulfil his dream of becoming a real-life Football Manager. But he was now heading back home having achieved that dream.