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Mexico Qualifies For World Cup 2014 With 4-2 Win Over New Zealand In Playoff (video/photos)

The result puts world No.24 Mexico through to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil on a 9-3 aggregate. But Chris James' 80th minute penalty and Rory Fallon's strike five minutes later meant the 79th-ranked Kiwis finished their World Cup campaign on a positive note, despite Mexico adding a fourth at 87 minutes from troublesome central midfielder Carlos Pena. Herbert, who is standing down after eight years in the position, made five changes to his starting 11 from last week. Young defenders Bill Tuiloma and Storm Roux slotted in at the back while Marco Rojas and James joined the more seasoned Shane Smeltz up front, as Herbert switched from his favoured 3-4-3 formation to 4-4-2. "I think the very, very inexperienced team that not only started tonight, but was introduced off the bench showed some wonderful potential and great appetite," Herbert said. "It was a very solid, positive performance." Captain Tommy Smith said it was particularly satisfying to see a more attacking mindset reap dividends after the disappointment of last week's ultra-defensive loss. "I thought we played a lot better as a team, passing-wise, created a few half-opportunities in the first half which we didn't quite take, and they hit David us on the counter-attack," he said.
More: http://au.news.yahoo.com/a/19933507/mexico-crush-kiwi-hopes/

site web coast en route to Mexico A Learjet 35 headed from Fort Lauderdale to Cozumel, Mexico crashed into the Atlantic Ocean Tuesday evening. Four people were on board. At least two are confirmed dead. (Nov. 20) AP AP 8:58 a.m. EST November 20, 2013 The plane went down about 3 miles northeast of Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood airport.
More: http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation-now/2013/11/20/learjet-crash-florida/3648685/

here. Credit: Screenshot from ABQ Journal Though Liberty studies hard and does her best in school, it doesnt look like Liberty will even attend her own graduation ceremony. In the 2012-2013 school year, Cuba High School adjusted its calendar and changed the day of graduation from Friday, a day that satisfied all students, to Saturday. As a devout Seventh Day Adventist who puts God first, Liberty sets Chiriqui aside as her Sabbath as a day of rest. The school district has put Liberty in a position where she must choose between dedication to God and a graduation ceremony. In a KOB4 video , Liberty reads from Proverbs 3:5-6: Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and lean not onto your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him and he will make your path straight. Liberty accepts that God is leading her and that she may miss her own graduation ceremony. Cuba High School Threatens Libertys Father As Dwight Thompson, Libertys father, asks questions and supports his daughter, Liberty, the Cuba Independent Schools school board doesnt want to hear about it. They have actually gone so far as to threaten to call the police if he continues to discuss the graduation issue, and ban him from the high schools campus! Appealing to the School Board When Liberty attempted to appeal to the school board, she was initially not allowed to voice her opinion. external link A video from KRQE shows Liberty on the brink of tears after she arrived at a school board meeting and the board refused to allow her to speak. The school board refused to hear Liberty speak two months in a row.
More: http://www.redstate.com/goppolitx/2013/11/20/cuba-new-mexico-high-school-student-forced-to-choose-between-graduation-and-god/

Mexico qualified for the World Cup after beating New Zealand 4-2 in the second leg of an inter-continental playoff Wednesday, bringing an end to one of its most troubled and divisive qualifying campaigns. (AP Photo/SNPA, Ross Setford) NEW ZEALAND OUT Carlos Pena, Storm Roux Mexico's Carlos Pena leaps over New Zealand's Storm Roux during their World Cup qualifying soccer match at Westpac Stadium, in Wellington, New Zealand, Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2013. Mexico qualified for the World Cup after beating New Zealand 4-2 in the second leg of an inter-continental playoff Wednesday, bringing an end to one of its most troubled and divisive qualifying campaigns. (AP Photo/SNPA, John Cowpland) NEW ZEALAND OUT Aldo de Nigris, Andrew Durante Mexico's Aldo de Nigris, left, is held by New Zealand's Andrew Durante during their World Cup qualifying soccer match at Westpac Stadium, in Wellington, New Zealand, Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2013. Mexico qualified for the World Cup after beating New Zealand 4-2 in the second leg of an inter-continental playoff Wednesday, bringing an end to one of its most troubled and divisive qualifying campaigns.
More: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/11/20/mexico-world-cup-new-zealand_n_4308335.html

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