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

  • City in touching distance Treble!

    Manchester City sealed the double with an historic 2-1 win at Wembley against Manchester United City are now 1 match away from an unprecedented treble after a remarkable season under Pep.

  • Arsenal hold Nerve!!

    Arsenal’s Title chances continue to strengthen after a solid 4-1 thumping of Leeds at the Emirates. The gunners have found form again and really are putting the pressure on Man City, as they try to capitalise on any blip Arsenal may make.

  • Gunners Lead 3 horse race!!

    Arsenal’s Title chances are back on track after successive wins. This time a tough trip away at an inform Leicester City.  The gunners didn’t have it all their own way and were unlucky not to be awarded a penalty when Saka was manhandled in the box.

  • Gunners 9 points clear!!

    Arsenal’s fantastic form has continued since the world cup break, this week defeating Spurs away in a heated London Derby. The gunners had the chance to capitalize on United upsetting City and had to chance to go further ahead but needed to defeat Spurs who are chasing the Champions league.

  • Gunners remain on top!

    Arsenal’s dream start to the season continued on Sunday with a hard fought 3-1 win at home to Liverpool. This was another huge test for Arsenal who have only lost 1 match all season in the league after 9 appearances and their toughest match yet after beating Spurs last Saturday.

  • Manchester City CHAMPIONS!

    On a dramatic final day of the Premier League season – Manchester City have re-enacted their heroics of the past. Man City came from 2-0 down to win 3-2 at home to Aston Villa. All goals scored in the last 20 minutes to lift the premiership for the 4th time in 5 years.

  • Liverpool continue to fire!

    With the Champions League in full flow, the Premiership had many midweek fixtures to complete the backlog before the upcoming International break. With games coming thick and fast, rotation has been key as clubs struggle with injury and illness.

  • City keep the Pace!

    With the international break complete the Premier league has resumed. With many fixtures coming thick and fast before the next break at the end of March. Chelsea have extended their Premier league break after winning the world Club Cup.

  • City dominant as lead stretches over rivals!

  • United troubles continue as Ole departs Old Trafford!