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

  • Super Sunday Doesn’t Deliver!

    Liverpool hosted Manchester City in what was dubbed the hottest fixture of the 2018/19 Premier League season so far, however the match did not live up to expectations.

  • International Break Arrives as Chelsea & Liverpool Start the Perfect Season!

    Chelsea & Liverpool are 4 wins from 4 fixtures early on as the first international break begins. Liverpool’s much anticipated season has got off with a bang, winning all matches, their latest test, a tough trip away to Leicester on Saturday for the early kick off.

  • Usain Bolt Keen to Play Professional Soccer

    The world’s greatest athlete Usain Bolt from Jamaica, Olympic sprint super star and holder of so many records the computer listing them did a fizzer, has come to Australia to try out with the Central Coast Mariners A-League squad to make an entrance into the world of professional soccer.

  • World Cup 2022

    The World Cup 2022 is scheduled for Qatar, in four years. The 2018 Moscow World Cup is now history. France defeated Croatia 4-2 in the Final, and Belgium put paid to England 2-0 for 3rd.

  • World Cup heating up as big names pass Group Stage!!!

  • City win Title, Chelsea win FA Cup !!

    Manchester City celebrated their sensational season in style with a last minute winner away at Southampton to rack up an impressive and record 100 point season. City impressed with only 2 defeats throughout the campaign and drawing 4 – meaning City took maximum points from 32 of their 38 fixtures – an incredible achievement.

  • CITY wrap up Title!!!

    Manchester City have taken the Premiership title with 5 games to spare after Manchester United went down at home to West Brom 1-0.

  • United end Liverpool run!

    Manchester United hosted Liverpool in the early kick off on Saturday in a hotly contested Derby.

  • City maintain lead!!!

    Manchester City have reduced their lead at the summit of the Premier league table by 2 points, down to 13 from 15 points with a hard fought 1-1 draw away at Burnley.

  • Formidable City!!!

    Manchester City have embarked on a record 15 matches, won in a row, with a 4-1 drubbing of Spurs at home on Saturday.