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 73 | Milan #8: Lazaró Chases League Title Number 30
Robinho Lazaró and his AC Milan players celebrated an unprecedented double-treble in the summer of 2060 - defending their Italian Supercup, Serie A and Champions League titles.
Aventuras Américas | Part 71 | Milan #6: You Can Win Things With Kids
Youthful AC Milan made an impressive start to their Scudetto defence in 2058/59, only losing twice and drawing none of their first 16 league games. But could Robinho Lazaró's young starlets continue to impress under pressure from a much more experienced Juventus?
Aventuras Américas | Part 69 | Milan #4: Chasing The Scudetto
AC Milan's strong start to the 2057/58 campaign saw the club's board dish out a new one-year contract that nearly doubled 73-year-old manager Robinho Lazaró's wages to £95,000-per-week.
Aventuras Américas | Part 68 | Milan #3: Massive Summer Rebuild
Season one in Italy had been a rather surprising success for Robinho Lazaró. While the 73-year-old Colombian hadn't won a trophy with AC Milan, his side came mightily close to champions Inter on the final day - securing the record-high points total without winning Serie A.
Aventuras Américas | Part 63 | Sporting #4: The Colombian Collective
Sporting CP had enjoyed a fine start to their first title defence in 27 years. But their exciting young squad was attracting envious glances from the best clubs around the world as 2055 ticked around.
Aventuras Américas | Part 61 | Sporting #2: Magnificent Mesquita
Sporting Clube de Portugal found themselves somehow topping the Liga Portugal Bwin heading into 2054. But these were strange times at the club as their reigning President, Jorge Santos, was re-elected and celebrated his power by splashing £12 million on some random striker.
Aventuras Américas | Part 60 | Sporting #1: A Manager In High Demand
Lazaró made so many promises to young players about their futures at the club and horrendously overpaid completely average players that he felt guilty about the pain he was inflicting on every Barcelona supporter.