At the ripe old age of 82, Robinho Lazaró was as hungry as ever, leading his exciting young Vasco da Gama squad into the 2067 campaign. HIs big aim for the season ahead was to take a title fight to Goianiense, who'd won the last two Série A, after finishing third in 2066. Vasco began... Continue Reading →
Aventuras Américas | Part 81 | Vasco #2: Brazil Is Relentless!
Robinho Lazaró inspired a superb turnaround in form during his first six months in charge of Vasco da Gama. But could his promising young team continue that heading into 2066?
Aventuras Américas | Part 80 | Returning To The Américas
Twenty years since departing South America to pursue his dream of managing in Europe, Roberto Nascimento da Silva Lazaró was mobbed by adoring fans as he landed in Medellín for the first time since being sacked by Colombia in 2044.
Aventuras Américas | Part 43 | Flamengo #3: A True Connoisseur of the Beautiful Game
The players of Flamengo were welcomed back to Rio de Janeiro as national heroes on 9 July 2041. Thousands of locals took to the streets to celebrate the club becoming World Champions for the first time after winning the Club World Cup 2041.
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.
Aventuras Américas | Part 40 | Flamengo #1: New Manager Bounce
Robinho Lazaró's next challenge was to add the Copa Libertadores to the Copa Sudamericana title he won at Alianza Lima in 2031. But, with a fairly heavy heart, he came to the assessment that Godoy Cruz was not the place to achieve it.
Aventuras Américas | Part 32 | Palmeiras #5: Brutal Brenner Inspires Unlikely Challenge
A ding-dong battle with the Palmeiras board had seen Robinho Lazaró emerge relatively unscathed and remain at the Brazilian club for a second full season in change.
Aventuras Américas | Part 30 | Palmeiras #3: Brilliant Brenner Inspires Prolific Palmeiras
Palmeiras had enjoyed an entertaining first half-season or so under new manager Robinho Lazaró. However, there was a fairly sizeable gap to the dominant forces in Brazilian football, Santos and Corinthians.