Flamengo finished runners-up in the Brazilian league and Copa Sudamericana in 2040 but Robinho Lazaró had bigger ambitions. His sole remaining task was to win South America's biggest prize, the Copa Libertadores, with a Club World Cup on the horizon.
The summer of 2019 saw plenty of change in Bergamo, with more than 50 players departing the club and a decent handful coming in. With that in mind, and given the fact that most the new arrivals were youth prospects, I wasn't expecting much. However, I've somehow managed to build an Atalanta team that is... Continue Reading →