I was really hoping that Boateng would work out!! Big fan of him when he was with Edmonton!!
That’s a bit surprising given he was a “name” signing.
Maybe his injury is longer term than expected? Probably need to make some roster/salary room for Kongbo and any other new players they want to look at.
Good point, I don’t think I realized he was injured.
Was coming back from an Achilles injury. Don’t think he dressed for either preseason game and was out game 1.
So our stellar front office didn’t do its due diligence again on a player they claimed was a major signing???
Justin Dunk basically said that the story of Kwaku Boateng and the Ti-Cats is not done yet.
My interpretation of what Dunk meant is: Boateng will eventually re-sign in Hamilton.
So where did you see this ? This story by Dunk that basically says what you said he said in your post ? The reason I ask is that your post is the first time that I have heard this statement before . If you could possibly provide some sort of link to confirm this it would be appreciated .
Apparently, what Justin Dunk was hinting at was not Kwaku Boateng re-signing with Hamilton. Instead according to Farhan Lalji, Boateng could be filing a grievance with the CFLPA against the Ti-Cat relating to how the team handled his recovery from injury and subsequent release.
Feels like Cats got sold a bag of magic beans with this guy.
But they did manage to pay Casey Sayles top CFL D-lineman bucks.
Sure seems to be a trend, doesn’t it?
Chapman , Holmes , Bauman , Durant , Brazzell , Armstead , Keith etc etc
just to name a few off the top of my head . It is a long list indeed .
Yup , we could go on and on and on adding names to that magic beans list .
Happens to every team though… easier to remember ours. Printers “bring your popcorn” was the biggest one IMO.
EVERY team in this league has their list…
Difference is, other teams have had a mix of both successful and unsuccessful free agent signings. You know the drill: bring a guy in, try him, and if he doesn’t work out, release him.
HAM has only ever had unsuccessful ones. (Or so I’ve read.)