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Your best memory under Carlos

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4 hours ago, SallyCinnamon said:

A thread of positivity. What has been your favourite moment under Carlos? 

 

For me has to be the Arsenal 3-0. That night blew me away.

Same for me 

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Wembley final whistle. Majority of 40k wednesday fans showing what we are really like. 

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The day at Wembley will be with me forever. The singing at the beginning of the second half for 20 or so minutes was unbelievable. I have the video saved which i still watch occasionally. I was even more proud to be a Wednesdayite on that day and we got admiration  from everybody who watched it .

Thanks Carlos but it really was your time to move on for Sheffield Wednesday and your own sake.

Good luck for the future. You are an honourable person.

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Best memory of carlos is seeing the back of him today. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*hold fire I'm joking 

 

I used to find his pressers entertaining. 

But footballing wise, the Brighton semi was awesome. 

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Brighton at home without a doubt. We all wanted him to succeed. Why did he change our style the following season?

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The day at Wembley will be with me forever. The singing at the beginning of the second half for 20 or so minutes was unbelievable. I have the video saved which i still watch occasionally. I was even more proud to be a Wednesdayite on that day and we got admiration  from everybody who watched it .

Thanks Carlos but it really was your time to move on for Sheffield Wednesday and your own sake.

Good luck for the future. You are an honourable person.

 

 

https://www.thestar.co.uk/sport/football/sheffield-wednesday/video-relive-the-incredible-atmosphere-as-sheffield-wednesday-fans-had-wembley-rocking-1-7937581

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I've been wanting Carlos gone for months but still feel sad reading this thread.

 

Still sad that we lost what we had in that first season and for what could have been!

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His first season was pretty much an high from the Arsenal game onward. The way he will be judged though will depend on the performance of his successor. Failure from the new guy and it will be fond nostalgia. Success and he will be a footnote. 

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Wembley, truely awsome experience, not only wembley, the whole weekend in London, we did the owls proud.

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6 hours ago, Cheffield Waynesday said:

You sum up why people like myself and thousands more don’t bother with this site anymore. Bitter sad little individuals who are just pathetic 

Keep clapping 

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9 hours ago, Animal said:

Keep clapping 

Clapping about what ? A chairman who has invested more in two years then the last 20 years ? Sorry I appreciate it. 

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Brighton over the two legs in the playoffs. Underdogs but absolutely smashed them. A vision of what could have been.

Whilst it may not have been the biggest achievement, the 3-0 win over Leeds this season was it for me. Abject pump up to then and finally a completely dominant display of attacking football. Thought we had collectively finally realised how to play like the first season under CC. Shame it ended like this, but it’s the best decision. 

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As mentioned on here before I live in Stockport and have married in to a Man United family. When he started at primary school my son George supported both Wednesday and Man United, but by taking him to Wednesday matches (and I think him also wanting to be different to the majority of United and City supporters at school) he chose to support Wednesday and ditch the Mancs. However, as he has grown older and become more aware of football, not least through playing at a half decent level himself for the past 6 years, there was always a risk that he'd see 'the error of his ways' and reverse his decision. The 2012 promotion season helped reaffirm his decision as he had decent results to go in to school and crow about to all his Manc mates. Going to City twice to see us dumped out of both cups didn't help too much and he got a fair bit of stick after the 7-0 but he stuck with it. 

 

BUT...our time under Carlos, especially the first season, has really confirmed his allegiance and he's now without doubt 'Wednesday til I die' . We beat Arsenal 3-0, it seemed like we scored the goal of the day EVERY Saturday evening on Sky Sports, he was in awe of the atmosphere the Brighton at home play off leg, he was devasted at Wembley ...but we got to Wembley to see the Blue and White Wizards play and he was convinced we were going to win that game down to the performance of our fans alone. He now has football heroes like Westwood, Bannan, Lee, Forestieri and Hooper, he even understands why Nuhiu has cult status now. 

 

For all of the above I'll always be grateful to Carlos. He's a thoroughly decent bloke and I wish him all the best wherever he goes next ...and I will always give him a warm welcome if he ever pays a visit back to Hillsborough. 

 

Merry Christmas and WAWAW.  

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16 hours ago, Chardron said:

I've been wanting Carlos gone for months but still feel sad reading this thread.

 

Still sad that we lost what we had in that first season and for what could have been!

This in a nutshell.

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20 hours ago, Owl Be Back said:

The Arsenal match was amazing but to be honest, many of the home games in that first season were great experiences; regularly I'd find myself laughing in amazement at just how great some of the passing interplay between players, off the ball movement, and general high tempo the team was playing in that first season. It was a joy to behold, and was regularly so, not just flashes here and there.

Totally agree the home games first season after Xmas were simply a pleasure every week. We murdered teams in midfield with quick forward passing and movement... How things change eh

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