The more cynical among you out there may hypothesise that the new Champions League format is the natural first step towards the European Super League. So we tested out a new format in our first FM23 Experiment.
Aventuras Américas | Part 96 | An Ode To The Greatest Of All Time
José Mourinho may consider himself "the special one" but there was no doubting that Roberto Nascimento da Silva Lazaró was "the great one."
Aventuras Américas | Part 95 | River #5: Robinho Lazaró: Greatest Football Manager Of All Time
At the ripe old age of 90, Robinho Lazaró was on the verge of the ultimate honour for any Football Manager. The wily old manager was just three points away from becoming the greatest of all time, which meant he just needed to add one more trophy to his outrageous tally of 80 cup and... Continue Reading →
Aventuras Américas | Part 94 | River #4: 90-Year-Old Lazaró Chases 40th Title
Robinho Lazaró was oh-so-close to becoming the greatest Football Manager of all time with his dominant young River Plate side taking Argentina by storm.
Aventuras Américas | Part 93 | River #3: Superclásico Copa Libertadores Final
Robinho Lazaró wrapped up title number 39 on his Aventuras Américas journey as his River Plate dominated the Argentinian league, led largely by the sensational form of attacking midfielder and club captain Alejo Zalazar.
Aventuras Américas | Part 92 | River #2: Stuttering Title Bid?
River Plate were looking uncatchable at the top of Argentina’s Liga Profesional de Fútbol. They led rivals Boca by a massive 14 points with 16 games remaining, having already strolled to success in Copa Argentina.
Aventuras Américas | Part 91 | River #1: Bienvenido A Buenos Aires!
After 51 years as a Football Manager, it had long been Robinho Lazaró's dream to lead one of the big Buenos Aires sides. And now he finally had his chance, as underperforming River Plate looked to the title specialist as their saviour.
Aventuras Américas | Part 90 | Pumas #6: Cruz Azul Revenge
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.
Aventuras Américas | Part 41 | Flamengo #2: Facing The Best In The World (and Palmeiras)
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.
18 Teams I’m Eyeing Up for the Rest of FM 21
We've reached the mid-way point in the Football Manager 2021 cycle, which means there's probably plenty of people keen for a new challenge and looking for a new save to take on for the next six months.