Argentina probes guide on luring Russian women

As journalists from across the globe prepare for the upcoming World Cup in Russia a group in Argentine received a 'flirty manual' about wooing the ladies

There are more than a few concerns before next month's World Cup in Russian Federation: the threat of hooliganism, the country's patchy record on LGBT rights, and the prospect of Russian Federation playing Vladimir Putin at centre-forward.

That's right. In the manual sent out to all Argentine players, there is a full chapter dedicated to what Russian girls typically look for in men.

"The first impression is very important for them, pay attention to your image", the document said in Spanish.

The governing body of Argentinian soccer, the Argentina Football Association, has come under scrutiny after it was reported that the AFA educated players on how to pick up Russian women.

Those in attendance were reportedly given the manual, titled "Russian Language and Culture", which included a chapter on how to seduce Russian women.

"Many males, as a result of Russian girl are lovely, simply wish to get them into mattress". "Maybe they also want that, but they are people that want to feel important and unique". "Men are also advised not to "ask stupid questions about sex". "Because Russian women are handsome many men only want to sleep with them.the advice is to treat the woman in front of you as if she is someone of value", it says. "For Russians, sex is something very private and not discussed in public", the manual states. "In the end, if the girl has a little sense, she will bounce you".

"We regret that this mistake has overshadowed the importance of the day and the educational activity provided by AFA, expressing our most honest apologies to those who were affected by the publications, which in no way reflects the thinking of the Argentine Football Association, nor that of its President Claudio Tapia or any of its directors", read the statement, attributed to Alejandro Taraborelli of the AFA's Education Department. "Regrettably, at the time it was printed, there was the inclusion by mistake of a text that was never part of the course".

"Having notified the personnel of the department, we proceeded to have it immediately removed".

"We express our most honest apologies to those that were affected by the publication which in no way reflects the thinking of the Argentina Football Association, nor of its president Claudio Tapia or any of its executives".

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