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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.
The fans of Puebla FC were high on excitement as Colombian / Brazilian manager Robinho Lazaró led their heroes back to Liga MX in his first six months in México.
A season of surprising amounts of success on all fronts saw Robinho Lazaró on the move for the second time in a year. This time around, he had a different kind of challenge as he headed to México with Puebla FC.
Robinho Lazaró had made a brilliant start to life in Peru. His Alianza Lima side wrapped up the Torneo Apertura in blistering style by battering the league favourites in the Final and had progressed to the knockout stages of Copa Sudamericana.