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Matthew Leckie, Socceroos v Norway news: Leckie eyes new Roos role after Bert shake-up

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MATHEW Leckie hopes his Socceroos wing-back days are over ahead of Bert van Marwijk’s first game in charge against Norway on Saturday morning (AEDT).

The Hertha Berlin winger was moved to an unfamiliar position during the latter stages of Ange Postecoglou’s reign when he opted for a controversial 3-5-2 formation.

Leckie, who’s played his whole career out wide or up front, admitted while he was disappointed to see Postecoglou quit after qualifying for the World Cup, he’s happy to go back to playing in a new system.

Mathew Leckie at Socceroos training
Mathew Leckie at Socceroos trainingSource: Supplied

Van Marwijk has refused to say what his favoured formation will be against Norway but the players have been working with a 4-2-3-1 line-up during training this week.

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EPL 2020: Tottenham to sign Vinicius from Benfica, Manchester United in talks over Ousmane Dembele, news, transfers, rumours, Premier League, Jadon Sancho

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Jose Mourinho is closing in on a desperately-needed new striker to support Harry Kane, while Manchester United are in talks with Barcelona over a winger as a potential alternative to top target Jadon Sancho.

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Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward must address a couple of issues before next Monday’s transfer deadline.

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