Chris Wheatley is a sports journalist who focuses on social media management, editorial scheduling, and online branding.
Chris Wheatley started his own website at the age of 14, and it eventually drew 500,000 unique visitors each month.
Chris has recently commented on the ongoing Thomas Partey debate. To find out what he has to say about it, keep reading.
Who is Chris Wheatley? His Biography
Chris Wheatley has contributed articles to The Independent, Mirror Football, the Premier League, and talkSPORT, among other sites.
He lists his experience as an Editor with real-time presence monitoring, global campaign management, news gathering, and analytics-based success tracking on his LinkedIn profile.
He was employed by D2S media as a director for over two years. D2S stands for Direct to Social. Every single thing they do for their clients is aimed at fostering engagement across social networks in order to acquire business opportunities and assure long-term involvement on a global scale.
He also provided social media consulting for Eleven Campaign. According to his LinkedIn page, he has assisted Eleven in growing by offering social media consultant advice and publishing relevant promotional content to increase engagement across platforms with the ultimate goal of increasing awareness for the Eleven Campaign.
What Did Chris Wheatley Say About Thomas Partey?
The name of Arsenal midfielder Thomas Partey was used after unclear reports that a Premier League international footballer had been held in North London on suspicion of rape.
Partey was highlighted by several Twitter users since his age and profile matched several of the Police’s specifications.
However, Partey is NOT the person that was detained, according to MyNewsGh.com.
The Ghanaian international Partey is in fact in Germany with Arsenal for the club’s preseason, according to Chris Wheatley, who previously covered Arsenal for Goal.com and is currently with Transfers.com.
Thomas Partey Arrest News: Is He Arrested?
Thomas Partey became a big topic after reports appeared that the football player had been arrested for rape in North London. Reactions on social media, notably on Twitter, centered on the Ghanaian international football star.
According to a prior report by SportsBible.com, the 20-year-old, well-known athlete from London will compete at the World Cup in Qatar in November.
The Twitter account opinions James also indicated about the arrest of Thomas Partey, who would miss the entire season owing to rape charges. But in a recent development, confirmed reports indicate that Thomas Partey is presently in Germany with his colleagues.
According to certain evidence, Thomas Partey was not the guy arrested after being seen in a photo with Arsenal’s recently acquired Gabriel Jesus.