Nov
22

AMIDU v WOYOME: “COME ONE, COME ALL!”

AMIDU vs WOYOME: “COME ONE, COME ALL!” By CAMERON DUODU I strongly hope that the Chief Justice will listen to the appeals made by some members of the public to allow the cross-examination of Alfred Woyome by Martin Amidu – only a few hours away – to be telecast. This is not only  because the… Continue reading »

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Jun
08

TRIBUTE TO MUHAMMAD ALI, “THE GREATEST”

  TRIBUTE TO “THE GREATEST” — MUHAMMAD ALI by CAMERON DUODU WHEN “Cassius Clay” (as he then was) entered the ring to fight Sonny Liston for the World Heavyweight title in February 1964, I was afraid that Sonny Liston would kill him. Although Ali had won the Olympic gold medal in September 1960, before turning… Continue reading »

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Feb
17

WHY CRICKET IS SUCH A WONDERFUL GAME

WHY CRICKET IS SUCH A WONDERFUL GAME   by CAMERON DUODU “Giant-killing”, in any sport, is a delightful event. For some reason – associated, no doubt, with the sado-masochistic element present in everyone’s DNA – we do enjoy seeing someone or something “big” crushed/thrashed/walloped/slain by something small. Think of Muhammad Ali versus Sonny Liston (1964… Continue reading »

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Aug
30

USAIN BOLT’S DISQUALIFICATION SHOULD BRING URGENT RULE CHANGE

USAIN BOLT’S DISQUALIFICATION SHOULD BRING RULE CHANGE The Ghanaian Times 30th August, 2011 By CAMERON DUODU Ok, sports events are often littered with anti-climactic moments. Like Ben Johnson being exposed as a drug-cheat at a press conference at the Seoul Olympics in 1988, after wowing the world with a 100-metres time of 9.79 seconds. When… Continue reading »

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