Argentinian FA spark outrage by publishing advice on how to get lucky with Russian girls' to travelling fans

May 16, 2018
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Argentinian football chiefs have been forced to destroy hundreds of copies of an official publication advising people how to enjoy the World Cup – after including a chapter giving tips on how seduce Russian women.

The manual, entitled ‘The Language and Culture of Russia’, was handed out by the Argentina Football Association as part of a course being run for players, coaches, officials and fans on how to get the best experience from the tournament.

But they withdrew the booklet when it became clear that not everyone was impressed by the section on how get friendly with the local women.

The chapter in question was titled: “What do I have to do to get lucky with a Russian girl”.

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One nugget of advice claimed: “Russian girls, like all girls, pay close attention to whether you are clean, you smell nice, and if you are well dressed.”

The advice was issued for travelling Argentina fans
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Tennis star Maria Sharapova is one of the world’s most famous Russian women
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Another warned: “Do not ask stupid questions about sex. For the Russians, sex is very private and the subject is not discussed in public.”

But perhaps the most offensive line included the observation that “normally Russian women pay attention to important things, but of course you will find girls who only pay attention to material things: money, if you are handsome.

“Do not worry, there are many beautiful women in Russia and not all of them are like this.”

An AFA investigation is now underway to find out who authorised the chapter to be included.

Read our comprehensive guide to the 2018 World Cup HERE .

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