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Carlos Carvalhal has had a varied managerial career, taking charge of teams in Portugal, Turkey, and now England with Championship outfit Sheffield Wednesday, where he has proved to be a stellar hit with the supporters.

Carvalhal has spent the majority of his managerial career in his homeland, Portugal, with the likes of Sporting Lisbon and Braga, before venturing off to Turkey with Besiktas, then Istanbul. In the summer of 2015, after a three-year absence from the dugout, he was a surprise replacement for Stuart Gray.

During a 15+ career in the dugout Carvalhal has won the Portuguese Cup and Super Cup with Leixoes, as well as another Portuguese Cup with Vitoria Setubal.

Managerial Career

TeamWDLWIN%
Sheffield Wednesday33231944
Istanbul BB32627.3
Besiktas2291646.8
Sporting Lisbon1471045.2
Maritimo28811.1
Asteras Tripolis12220
Vitoria Setubal1413741.2
Beira Mar0230
Braga62546.2
Belenenses1571936.6
Vitoria Setubal--- Unknown ---
Leixoes--- Unknown ---
TOTAL110759539.3

Carlos Carvalhal Quotes

When we (Sheff Wed) went 2-0 up, we closed the doors and windows very well. We didn't want to let any light inside our house. We closed everything.


We can't sleep because, in the Championship, if you sleep one minute, the opponent will kill you, so I am here to wake everybody up.


In an orchestra they have a saxophone, they have a piano and they have the drums. We have some players who must be the drums. You can't have an orchestra that is just 11 people playing piano or all playing the drums.


The Sack Race's Opinion

Carlos Carvalhal has been a big hit at Sheffield Wednesday, winning supporters over with a u-turn in results, an attractive style of football, and let's not forget his fondness of a quirky metaphor or two!

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