All posts tagged with: Carlos Carvalhal

Sheffield Wednesday 2019-20 Season Review with Steve Walmsley, Mark Younger and Connor Thorpe

The Championship season is provisionally set to resume on 20th June, so Gabriel Sutton spoke to three Wednesdayites. Mark Younger (@mark42swfc), Connor Thorpe (@CThorpeFootball) and Steve Walmsley (@SheffWedWOTMT) from the excellent War Of The Monster Truck discuss the 2019-20 campaign for the Owls and the future that lies ahead. Gab: It’s been bleak times for… Read more →

Preston v Sheff Wed: canny Carvalhal

In the infancy of Carlos Carvalhal’s reign as Sheffield Wednesday manager, The Football Lab questioned whether he had the shrewdness to curtail his attacking tactics against stronger opposition. After the Owls won 1-0 at Newcastle on Boxing Day, it is safe to say that such suspicions are long gone. He moved Daniel Pudil to left midfield… Read more →

Wednesday v Preston: Fessie is back

Recently, we have started to see more of the Fernando ‘Fessie’ Forestieri that Sheffield Wednesday fans fell in love with last season. He was at the centre of almost every good attacking move in the 2-0 win at Wolverhampton Wanderers. He slipped away from challenges like a bar of soap, pinched the ball in the opposing half many times… Read more →

Norwich v Wednesday: positive starts

Norwich stormed to a 4-1 win on the opening day, while Sheffield Wednesday started with a 1-0 triumph over one of the pre-season promotion favourites. Both teams started well but it’s important not to overreact to either result. Norwich were helped by some timid Blackburn defending while Wednesday’s opponents, Aston Villa, were comfortably beaten at… Read more →