The FIFA World Cup is schedule to start on June 14. The chapter was titled "What to do to have an opportunity with a Russian woman".
Furthermore, a Russian language teacher named Eduardo Pennisi delivered a course in Buenos Aires Tuesday to executives, players, coaches, and journalists associated with the World Cup.
The Argentine Football Association is under fire for its freaky attempt at playing matchmaker for Russia-bound journalists covering the World Cup, supplying them with a manual with a chapter entitled: "How to stand a chance with a Russian girl".
"Normally Russians girls pay attention to the important things. I cannot really believe it", Pennisi told Clarin.
"We regret that this mistake has overshadowed the importance of the day and the permanent educational activity provided by AFA, expressing our most honest apologies to those who were affected by the publication, which in no way reflects the thinking of the Argentine Football Association, nor that of its President Claudio Tapia or any of its directors", it concluded.
"Russian women like men that take the the initiative, if you do not have confidence in yourself, then you need to practice talking to more women", one suggestion states. Apparently, they like people who are "clean" and smell "good".
"I'll explain them to you, they will not think it was something out of place, huh?". "Russian girls do not like to feel like objects", reads a passage from the manual, translated into English by Deadspin. The advice is to treat the women who is in front of you with their own ideas and wishes.
"The first impression is very important for them, pay attention to your image", the document said in Spanish. Do not ask stupid questions about sex. "Be selective", stated another entry in the manual. "In the end, if the girl has a little sense, she will bounce you".
The AFA soon realised they had made a mistake and issued a statement on Wednesday.
Following the leak, executive Alejandro Taraborrelli said the AFA would be investigating the matter.
"The teacher in charge of the course selected information to give to those in attendance but unfortunately, when printing it, due to an involuntary error, he included the text that was never a part of the course. Warned by the administrative staff of the Department, they proceeded to withdraw it immediately".
"We regret that this mistake has overshadowed the importance of the day and the permanent educational activity provided by AFA, expressing our honest apologies to those who were affected by the publication", the football association said in a statement.
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