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.
Aventuras Américas | Part 44 | Brazil #2: World Cup 2042
Robinho Lazaró had completed the domestic side of his Aventuras Américas challenge, which gave him a six-month break to collect his thoughts for World Cup 2042 with Brazil.
Aventuras Américas | Part 43 | Flamengo #3: A True Connoisseur of the Beautiful Game
The players of Flamengo were welcomed back to Rio de Janeiro as national heroes on 9 July 2041. Thousands of locals took to the streets to celebrate the club becoming World Champions for the first time after winning the Club World Cup 2041.
Aventuras Américas | Part 42 | Brazil #1: Manager of Brazil
One month after being appointed as Flamengo boss, Roberto Nascimento da Silva Lazaró became the proudest man in South America as he was appointed manager of the Brazilian national team.
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 31 | Palmeiras #4: Sacked Or Title Challenge?!
Robinho Lazaró was facing the biggest pressure of his 14-year career as his position as Palmeiras manager was in real jeopardy halfway through the Série A season. A run of five games unbeaten and lifting the Sao Paulo State weren't enough to prevent his board's F evaluation of his performance!
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.