The Cavaliers released a video with all the best highlights of the magical parade and championship celebration from Wednesday, June 22, 2016.This day was truly #OneForTheLand!https://t.co/9lTZistwli— Cleveland Cavaliers (@cavs) June 24, 2016It’s a day that no Clevelander will ever forget and one of the proudest days of our city’s history, as 1.3 million people came together in unity and support of their team. Matt Medley Related Topics Matt Medley is co-editor at NEO Sports Insiders, covers the Cleveland Cavaliers, Cleveland Indians and high school sports in Northeast Ohio.Follow @MedleyHoops on Twitter for live updates from games.
Soccer “If you want to stay at the top all the time then get into the field and kill the bird in the first instance,” says Lae City FC coach Peter Gunemba. “But if you go in and waste your time adjusting then you are giving the opportunity to your rival to rise up to your game and in no time you realise your opponent is more than a match up. And you will struggle to pull away. “So that’s exactly what happened in the first half of round four last weekend between the defending champions Lae City FC and Morobe United FC.” This weekend’s triple header clashes in Lae will see Lae City FC face informed Vitiaz United FC, FC Morobe Wawens meet FC Bougainville and Morobe United lock horns with Kutubu FC. If there is one club that the Lae City FC can’t wait to face, it is Vitiaz United who have a reputable performance since the start of the season. Like Morobe FC last weekend, Lae City are already anticipating Vitiaz United to go one step further putting up a rivalry. Coach Gunemba is not underestimating any team but says Lae City FC has to rise up and his players need game-time so the pace set by Morobe FC last weekend is anticipated to be repeated again against Vitiaz United this weekend. He said this season their ultimate goal is the OFC Champions League next month and it is unfortunate they will not have international friendly matches and are expecting the next three NSL games to be the toughest. Gunemba is urging franchise clubs to give Lae City FC the challenge as in the end its PNG they are representing at the OFC Champions League challenge. He said he is trialling out his boys after recruiting 10 new faces to the club. Gunemba didn’t maintain the usual first 11 last weekend. He indicated that every NSL team has a player and not just another push in boots so chances cannot be easily given away like they did last weekend giving opportunity to their opponent to rise up. “By then I realised I needed to make changes and did so in the second half with the regular faces capitalising on their bond to score and eventually win,” he said. “For Lae City FC whether you are new, old or novice the moment you get into the field you have to lift the status of the game and maintain consistency.” Gunemba said standing out in the recent last two matches was their failure to score any time sooner from the start of the whistle. “It’s not that we didn’t create scoring opportunities. We did but to score goals we just didn’t think smart. Scoring goals comes with thinking smart up in the head. Soccer is a team game and not an individual sport so there is enough support players to rely on in any encounter in the field. To take it on oneself to handle the task only boost the morale of your rival to rise up,” Gunemba said. “I am confident we can stay on top in the three remaining matches before the OFC and maintain the stamina returning from the OFC,” Gunemba said.