A stellar first year back in English football saw Robinho Lazaró end Newcastle United's 170-year wait for a League Cup success and lead the club to a second-place finish in the Premier League.
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 and his AC Milan players celebrated an unprecedented double-treble in the summer of 2060 - defending their Italian Supercup, Serie A and Champions League titles.
AC Milan ended a 52-year wait for their eighth Champions League success in the summer of 2059 as Robinho Lazaró led an exciting crop of youngsters to an unlikely treble. And the 75-year-old was convinced to stay in Italy for another year with a bumper £125,000 weekly salary.
Experienced Football Manager Robinho Lazaró had overhauled an underperforming Liverpool side to become the first Colombian manager to win the Premier League. He also became what has to be the first manager ever to win Copa Libertadores and Copa Sudamericana then Champions League and the Europa League.
Robinho Lazaró had enjoyed a strong start to life in Liverpool, taking his side into the second half of the 21st Century sitting top of the Premier League led by new Ballon d'Or winner Juarez. However, he had been concerned about the club's £100 million+ debts.
Robinho Lazaró wasn't the only one who thought he was kind of a big deal. Upon picking up the ringing phone that broke the calm of his villa up in the Colombian hills he noticed the incoming call was coming from England.
A thrilling campaign saw VfL Wolfsburg become German champions for the first time in 39 years in 2048. Robinho Lazaró's young side had achieved great things but the Colombian manager believed there was much more to come from this talented squad.