As the clock ticked over to 2042, Robinho Lazaró called off his time at Envigado, standing down as a true legend of the club. He'd taken a club from relegation favourites in 2021 to becoming one of the best teams in South America, purely using homegrown talents from the Envigado Wonderkid Factory.
Wonderkid Factory | Part 37 | Colombia’s Greatest Club
Envigado FC moved into the 2040s level with Millonarios as the joint-most successful club in Colombian history with 20 league titles to their name. Robinho Lazaró was keen to extend that record and establish Envigado as number one.
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 19 | Envigado Leads National Team Production
Envigado FC's homegrown heroes enjoyed a historic season in 2030, winning a famous quadruple as they bagged both the Liga BetPlay Dimayor Apertura and Finalización titles, Copa Sudamericana and Súperliga BetPlay Dimayor.
Wonderkid Factory | Part 18 | Homegrown Heroes
Robinho Lazaró's team of young starlets became the first Colombian club to win back-to-back league stage titles for a decade. But these homegrown heroes were verging on the edge of greatness.
Wonderkid Factory | Part 17 | Juan Manuel Zapata: Record Appearances Holder
The wonderkid factory that is Envigdo FC saw its exciting prospects flourish in 2029 as, free from the shackles of continental football, a young team dominated Colombia's Finalización stage. But the hard work began now.
Wonderkid Factory | Part 15 | Youth Products Shine Again
Robinho Lazaró came into his eighth season as manager of Envigado FC with the board's full backing despite a couple of tricky seasons and failing to qualify for continental football for the first time in five years.
Wonderkid Factory | Part 13 | Fully Homegrown
A summer break was much needed as Robinho Lazaró's Envigado FC endured a heavy conclusion to the 2027 campaign, such is the ridiculous rigour of fixture overload in Colombian football. But that failed to take the gloss off winning the club's first-ever Colombian Cup.
Wonderkid Factory | Part 12 | Trivino Breaks Guzmán’s Goalscoring Record
Robinho Lazaró takes positives from an Apertura failure by finding new levels of success in a competition he'd previously disregarded.
Wonderkid Factory | Part 11 | Elite Talents Overload
The summer of 2027 saw significant change at Envigado FC as club icon James Rodríguez retired from football on a high aged 35. He was joined in leaving by stalwart midfielder William Hurtado, which saw manager Robinho Lazaró turn to his exciting young academy prospects.