Jorge Jesus’ winning system: JIT

The extraordinary way of working of the technical team in Fenerbahçe draws attention. The secret of success is called ‘JIT’, while the opponents analyzes are sent to the phones of the players before each match.

The way the technical staff, led by Jorge Jesus, works in Fenerbahce, which broke into the league like a storm and eyed the goal records, is as good as intelligence work.

Behind the success of the yellow-dark blue people lies the JIT system called the Jesus Intelligence Agency.

Before each match, the opponent analysis goes to the mobile phones of the players. Fenerbahce football players can watch the features of the opponent players and their actions in the matches visually.

According to the news in Sözcü; match analyst Gil Henriques, video analyst Rodrigo Araujo and analyst Mehmet Turhan Demir are assigned to the stands. These three names relay information to first assistant coach Joao de Deus, who is wearing headphones in the hut.

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From the stand to the bench

Team distance, player placements and running distances, actions in the match are transferred to the tablet in Jesus’ hand. The Portuguese teacher makes the interventions to the game in line with this information.

During the halftime of the match, the images and analysis of the positions in the first half of the match are transferred to the players. Players entering the game are given tactics with tablets.

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national trouble

Fenerbahce Coach Jorge Jesus is suffering from not being able to work tactically due to the players in the national teams and injured players. Before the Beşiktaş derby, Canary is working without 3 national and 2 injured players. Yellow-dark blue players will be able to do tactical work only from Thursday, before the derby on Sunday. Another fear of Jorge Jesus is the increase in the number of disabled people.

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