Kudos to @Carson and his excellent service on Tampa Approach. There were many aircraft that he had to take care of, some of them landed successfully and some didn’t even make it to the runway.
Just a quick message to ATC controllers: When on Tampa Approach, or any approach where the runways lead to the edge of the region, try to vector aircraft parallel to both runways and try not to vector them so far out of the region. (This only applies to runways 19R/L). I witnessed many aircraft losing speed and stalling due to being outside of the region and, unfortunately, crashing. This almost happened to me so I had to change my heading immediately in order to maintain speed.
Can ATC controllers not vector aircraft so far from the ILS triangle, instead, try vectoring them closer to the triangle?
Thanks for understanding my concern.