Kweku Amonoo-Quyst


Kweku Amonoo-Quyst was a former press officer for the Chelsea Supporters Group, writes for Blue Tinted Reborn and has spoken about a variety of Chelsea related issues on the BBC, Sky Sports News and Talksport. He is a panelist on the "Podding Shed" podcast. He is a Chelsea supporter and a lover of football. He believes these things are not mutually exclusive.
  • View From Stamford Bridge: Swings And Roundabouts

    Every dog has its day. A team that had dominated the league stood on the verge of doing the double by winning the FA Cup final they were favourites for. In their way stood their London rivals who, despite their attractive style of play, had a generally dreadful record against them and would be missing out on the Champions League football that would help fund a necessary transition. ...

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  • View From Stamford Bridge: What It Is To Be Represented

    For all the technique and trophies, I think the best achievement that a player can bring to a club is a real sense that they represent it and its supporters. One of the reasons for the determination of Chelsea supporters to send John Terry off with such fanfare is because he did this. He made the supporters feel, with sincerity, that one of us was on the pitch at any given time. ...

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  • What Is It To Be A Chelsea Player

    These are some of the statistical records which are now held by Chelsea Football Club: the most goals scored in a season, the least goals conceded in a season, the most points achieved in a season, the joint longest league winning run in a season, the most victories in a season and the longest league home unbeaten run (stretching over 4 seasons from 2004/5 to 2007/8). ...

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  • View From Stamford Bridge: The Most Important Of All The Least Important Things

    I wasn't able to make it to West Brom last Friday and the dull guilt about it has crept up on my psyche. Being present and correct at the critical moment of this Chelsea season felt as proper as attending a family event. Missing out didn't just bring regret but also that twinge of guilt. Luckily for me I wasn't alone and I'd also have the comfort of witnessing from the next best place: Stamford Bridge in the company of friends. ...

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  • View From Stamford Bridge: Brave New World

    It's all good news coming out of Stamford Bridge these days. One game away from the title, an excellent manager, money in the bank. I’m not entirely sure how Chelsea found their way to this position after the grimness of 2015/16 but they have and it’s absolutely welcome. Whether or not Chelsea win the league this season, fresh challenges will await Antonio Conte. He’ll face them in possibly the best position of any Chelsea manager since Jose Mourinho in 2004/5. Let’s take a look at them: ...

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