We had to target blog number 100 in this series, considering Robinho Lazaró had passed the milestone of being a 100-year-old Football Manager.
After just over two years in charge of Pumas UNAM - although it felt a lot longer given the mass of football played in Mexico - Robinho Lazaró was open to a new challenge as his days of management were limited by age.
Pumas UNAM fans had an unforgettable season in 2070/71 as Robinho Lazaró led their club to a remarkable cup quadruple, as well as a second successive Liga MX Clausura Final. But could the Colombian's young squad go one step further and win the Liga MX title?
Pumas bid farewell to their soon-to-be superstar midfielder Nogueira for a scandalously low fee as the clock ticked over to 2071. Robinho Lazaró now somehow had to replace the Brazilian's club-leading goals and assists with a minimal budget.
Robinho Lazaró wasted no time in wrapping up his first trophy at his 22nd club in football management. His new side Pumas won the Liga MX Apertura title inspired by their young starlets Nogueira and Lucas.
After sealing a second Peruvian title with Universitario, Robinho Lazaró agreed to return to México with Pumas. However, his promise to join them at the end of the Peruvian season backfired as it meant an 11-month period of limbo between the two roles.
A crazy conclusion to their first season back in Liga MX had seen Puebla FC dominate the Clausura stage and lift the title in a mad final against Club América! But, unusually, Lazaró had decided to stick with the club despite becoming national champion.
Puebla FC had begun the Liga MX 2032/33 season well and by scoring lots of goals. But a dip in form and defensive fragilities had the club's fans concerned about Robinho Lazaró's perceived lack of tactical agility.