As he approached 20 years in charge of Envigado, Robinho Lazaró had achieved outstanding success focusing solely on developing the club's outstanding youth prospects.
Wonderkid Factory | Part 38 | Assist King Juan José Vizcaíno
Robinho Lazaró lifted his and Envigado's 21st Liga BetPlay title as they won Apertura 2040, making Envigado the most successful club in Colombian history. However, more big transfers would seriously impact the club in the mid-season break.
Wonderkid Factory | Part 36 | Record-Equalling Envigado
Robinho Lazaró had taken Envigado FC from no trophies to two-time South American champions and just one title behind Millonarios' all-time league title record.
Wonderkid Factory | Part 35 | Diego Mena: Record Envigado Appearances Holder
Envigado's fans were in a state of shock at the massive overachievements of their homegrown heroes. But manager Robinho Lazaró didn't know whether to be shocked, joining in with the many parties he'd been invited to, or smugly gloating in his glory. And he largely chose the latter, professing to anyone who'd listen that he was indeed "a special one."
Wonderkid Factory | Part 34 | Copa Libertadores Repeats
Envigado FC refocused to dominate yet another half-season in Colombia and overcome a potentially tricky group in their maiden defence of Copa Libertadores. But could they do it all again on both domestic and continental fronts in the second half of 2038?
Wonderkid Factory | Part 33 | La Cantera De Héroes
The streets of Envigado had witnessed their fair share of wild parties greeting their fútbol heroes' rapid rise to success. But the summer of 2037 saw a seemingly neverending fiesta callejera as manager Robinho Lazaró and his team of young homegrown stars partied with their adoring fans having lived up to the "La Cantera De Heroes" - the quarry of heroes - motto.
Wonderkid Factory | Part 32 | Biggest Match In Envigado History
Envigado FC had broken all sorts of records as they began the 2037 campaign in sparkling form. It was clear that Robinho Lazaró had established the wonderkid factory as by far and away the dominant club in Colombia. The big question was whether they could compete with South America's best.
Wonderkid Factory | Part 30 | Penalty Shootout Drama
A fourth successive Apertura stage title saw Envigado establish their dominance in Colombian football. Robinho Lazaró had led his fully homegrown team to three successive titles, seven of the last eight and ten of the last 13.
Wonderkid Factory | Part 29 | Four In A Row
After 15 years in charge of Colombian wonderkid factory Envigado FC, Robinho Lazaró had proven that focusing on youth development alone can deliver success. In that time, Lazaró hadn't spent a single penny on new players but brought in an incredible £92m by selling 131 players.
Wonderkid Factory | Part 28 | Goalscoring Records Smashed
Robinho Lazaró spent two weeks between league stages celebrating becoming the greatest Colombian ever to try his hand at football management. But his attention swiftly switched to targeting a league stage double and Copa Libertadores progression.