Wesley Tronson

Press Service International

Wesley Tronson is an award winning sport writer who spent 7 years in England in soccer and banking. He is now a senior regional manager in banking in Queensland

  • Aston Villa destroy champions in 9 goal demolition!!!

    Aston Villa started the season well with 2 wins from 2 before hosting Champions Liverpool to Villa Park last Sunday.

  • Arsenal Secure Europe with FA Cup triumph

    England’s most prestigious trophy (the FA Cup) has gone to London with the Gunners registering their first Major trophy in 3 years. Arsenal are also the record holders with the most amount of FA Cup winners Titles with 14 now – an incredible & impressive achievement.

  • Liverpool end 30-year drought!!

    With Covid -19 wreaking havoc across the sporting globe, the premiership resumed behind closed doors 2 weeks ago with a congested fixture schedule to ensure all 36 rounds are complete by the end of July.

  • Liverpool 22 points clear in Winter break!

    England’s inaugural Winter break has taken place with many Premier League clubs giving their players some much needed rest.

  • Liverpool Extend Lead!

    Liverpool were less than impressive, however still managed to cruise past a gallant Watford, winning 2-0 to kick off round 17 with Saturday’s early kick off at Anfield.

  • Liverpool Extend Lead!

    Super Sunday witnessed the highly anticipated Liverpool V Man City showdown at Anfield that some believe defined the season.

  • Early result and final result

    This was my article from February with Manchester City’s 6-0 win over Chelsea.

  • City’s sensational form earns domestic treble

    Manchester City’s most incredible season has finished with an absolute humiliation of Watford City in the FA Cup final at Wembley with an emphatic 6-0 victory.  

  • Liverpool Continue to Pressure City!!!

    Liverpool’s Super Sunday finally put to bed the cloud of 2015 when Gerrard famously slipped at a similar point of the season as Liverpool comfortably won 2-0 at home to Chelsea.

  • City Maintain Slender Lead!!!

    Manchester City were back at home on Saturday as they comfortably took all 3 points with a 3-1 win defeating Watford. City were controversially awarded the lead after what looked like a clear offside resulted in Sterling scoring just after half time.