At a course entitled "Russian Language and Culture", presented by Russian language teacher Eduardo Pennisi at AFA's headquarters in Buenos Aires on Tuesday, World Cup-bound executives, players, coaches and journalists saw a page titled "What to do to have an opportunity with a Russian woman".
Visitors accompanying Lionel Messi & Co.to the match have been shocked to be given recommendations on selecting up "lovely" girls throughout a seminar.
"Maybe they want that too, but they also want to feel important and special, so you should treat the woman in front of you are someone who has value, with their own ideas and desires".
"The Department of Education of the Argentine Football Association informs that after an internal investigation carried out regarding what happened yesterday on the day of Russian Language and Culture, it was concluded that part of the material delivered was erroneously printed", the statement read.
The advice included lines like: "Make sure you're clean, smell good and dress well".
"The first impression is important to them, so pay attention to your image".
Another paragraph read: 'Russian girls do not like to be regarded as objects, and hate annoying men. "Do not ask the identical previous questions, be authentic".
It continued: 'They like men with initiative. If you don't have it, practise with other women beforehand. "For the Russians sex is something very private and the subject is not discussed in public (Maybe you do not believe me, but I know men who do it)". Do not ask stupid questions about sex.
Normally Russian women pay attention to important things, but of course you will find girls who only pay attention to material things, in the money, if you are handsome, you tell me. "If you don't have confidence in yourself then you need to practice speaking with many women".
The pages have been torn out earlier than being returned to these current, in accordance with studies.
In the three-hour meeting, staff reportedly started going around the room taking guides away from participants.
After the manual was handed out, an official from the AFA realized the chapter didn't paint the organization in the best light and tried to collect all copies of the questionable chapter.
But he isn't he had done "nothing bad" and criticised those who had posted the material online "in bad faith".
Following the furore the Argentine Soccer Affiliation apologised claiming they'd not checked the fabric earlier than authorising its use.