On 1 June, 2063, Lazaró boarded a flight across the English Channel and was given a warm welcome by an excitable French fan base decked in blue and red. Because Lazaró was the new manager of Paris Saint-Germain.
Robinho Lazaró had settled very nicely into the Italian lifestyle and the Italian football style. He'd bagged himself a beautiful little villa on the outskirts of Milan, and his AC Milan side had only conceded 10 goals in 22 games in his first six months in charge.
Throughout his 35-year Football Manager career, Robinho Lazaró had yet to walk into a club for which he had a genuine affinity. Sure, he liked Sporting and Newell's Old Boys but he'd never watched one of their matches before taking charge. AC Milan, however, was a completely different kettle of fish.