Argentina investigate World Cup guide on flirting with Russian women

  • Argentina investigate World Cup guide on flirting with Russian women

Argentina investigate World Cup guide on flirting with Russian women

Sports journalists planning to travel to the upcoming soccer World Cup in Russia were surprised to receive a "flirting manual" that included a section on "how to have a chance with a Russian girl".

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

"I'm going to investigate why what happened happened and if someone tried to stain all the work we've been doing", AFA executive Alejandro Taraborrelli told La Nacion.

The World Cup officially gets underway on June 14.

It continued: 'They like men with initiative.

One other a part of the chapter tells the boys travelling to Russia: "Don't ask silly questions on intercourse".

"Because Russian women are attractive, many men just want to take them to bed", another entry stated.

- "Russian girls do not like to be seen as objects". If you don't have it, practise with other women beforehand.

'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'. For Russians, sex is something very private and the subject is not discussed in public. "But don't worry, there are many lovely women in Russian Federation and not all are for you".

"Don't ask stupid question about sex".

Dr Pennisi later claimed he had copied the seduction techniques from a blog and said the Argentinian Football Association had been aware of the content of the manual.

"Normally, Russian women care about the important things but of course you'll also find those who just care about material things, money or whether you're handsome, you name it", the guide continues. The manual was reportedly distributed at that event.

Though AFA officials realized the mishap prior to the start of the course and quickly ripped out the pages, Catullo was able to snap a few pictures of the various romantic suggestions put forth by the football association.

"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.