McManus excited to join old friends in Hall - Class of 2011

Class of 2011

Danny McManus, Darren Flutie and Ron Lancaster are together again, permanent fixtures on Canadian football's greatest team.

The former quarterback will join Flutie and Lancaster in the Canadian Football Hall of Fame this weekend. The 2011 class also includes former players Joe Montford, Chris Flynn, Ken Lehmann and Terry Vaughn while Don Matthews and Gino Fracas (posthumously) enter as builders.

The bust unveiling and induction dinner will be held Friday in Calgary. The Stampeders host B.C. in the Hall of Fame game Saturday.

Congratulations to the Class of 2011 !!

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No question, congrats to all! :thup:

No question marks here. Congratulations to all the inductees.

An Argo-Cat fan

Big congratulations to Both Danny Mac and Joe Montford!!

Some kind words from Montford about Hamilton.

[b]Montford enjoyed his most productive years in Hamilton (1996-'01, '03-'04) but credited Hamiltonians with embracing a young man from Beaufort, N.C., and making him feel welcomed in a new country and community.

"That's where I was raised as a Canadian," Montford said with a chuckle. "Canadians have a certain way of putting a brand on themselves and Hamilton has a strong brand of people that live in that city who are diehard Canadians, diehard CFL fans and diehard people.

"I found the people of Canada have a genuine love for the human race."[/b]

Congratulations, Danny and Joe. Thank you for the fun and excitement you provided. And a GREY CUP TOO!!!!

Tiger cats greats and Champions!!!!!!!

Every Ti-Cat fan should hear this. I recall that Coach Lancaster did the same thing. Listen to Danny Mac's recollection of the Grey Cup trophy presentation in Vancouver 1999:

Congrats Danny on your Hall of Fame Weekend and career!