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 31 | Record-Breaking Form
15 years into life at Envigado, Robinho Lazaró had overseen the transformation of a club considered relegation favourites to the dominant team in Colombian football and competing with South America's best.
Wonderkid Factory | Part 21 | Record-Breaking Sales
Envigado FC wrapped up a third-successive Finalización title at the end of the 2031 campaign. But the summer ahead of the 2032 season was set to be one of significant changes and record-breaking sales.
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 16 | Lazaró’s Best Envigado Team
The absence of continental football had seen Robinho Lazaró's Envigado FC return to the upper echelons of Colombian football, finishing second in their Apertura post-season group. And Lazaró was excited to see if his promising homegrown squad could continue to flourish.
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 10 | Talisman Departs Envigado
The streets of Envigado were packed with orange shirts as Robinho Lazaró and his exciting young Envigado FC team celebrated the club's first-ever Apertura trophy with their growing supporter base.
Wonderkid Factory | Part 9 | Hitting Form At The Right Time
Robinho Lazaró's focus on youth development at Colombian wonderkid factory Envigado FC was undeniably yielding results. After four years in charge, he'd led the club to its first Colombian title with a Finalización win, three Apertura runner-up finishes, a Súperliga success and three straight Copa Libertadores campaigns.
Wonderkid Factory | Part 8 | Guzmán Breaks Goalscoring Record
The brutal nature of the Colombian football season had seen Envigado FC play 38 matches at the halfway mark of the 2025 campaign. Robinho Lazaró's young squad was exhausted, so he gave them a week off training between the Apertura and Finalización stages.
Wonderkid Factory | Part 6 | Record-Breaking Envigado
Midway through his third season, Robinho Lazaró was loving life at Colombian wonderkid factory Envigado FC. His team was packed with promising youngsters and two stellar youth intakes gave the club's fans plenty to get excited about in the future, even if they couldn't be bothered to come and watch the team.