2014 World Cup: Ghana’s opponents USA admit their players not up to task in tough group

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“A lot of our guys don’t have the same foundation,” he said Wednesday, noting that many opposing players have participated in the Champions League or various cup matches in recent weeks.

“We’re behind. We know where we stand in comparison. That’s why we start earlier and work harder.”

(bullet) Brazil and Mexico are among the teams that called just 23 players — their final World Cup rosters — to training camp.

Klinsmann opted to bring 30 to Stanford for the two-week session, which began Wednesday.

“We’re not sure yet — simple as that,” he said. “We have 50-50 cases all over the place …

“But this is World Cup preparation. We have to build a foundation. We’re doing our homework, fine-tuning elements, building every piece if it’s tactical, technical and chemistry-wise.”

A handful of players were expected to arrive this weekend, including goalkeeper Tim Howard, who just finished his club season with Everton in the English Premier League.

Asked about reports that Brazil’s infrastructure won’t be ready for the start of competition June 12, Klinsmann called it a “World Cup of patience.”

“It’s not going to be perfect,” he said. “Transportation is a big task. Hotels for the fans is a big task.

“The teams will be fine. But it’s going to be an extreme type of World Cup.”

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