"I don't know if this is an advantage or disadvantage. We hope by the time we face Germany we have some points in our pocket. Right now we plan everything out for a good game against Ghana, a
tremendously important game for us. And then we go into the Amazon and have some fun in Manaus with Mr. Ronaldo. We're going to do all our homework on every team we're going to face, including
Germany, even though I don't need to do much homework on Germany."
-- U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann
when asked at start of his team's training camp at Stanford University
about coaching against his former assistant coach, Joachim Loew
(with Germany at the 2006 World Cup) in the USA's third group game at World Cup.