Published: Thu, May 17, 2018
Sport | By Cameron Gross

Soccer organization hands out cringe-worthy hookup guide

Soccer organization hands out cringe-worthy hookup guide

The booklet was published by the Argentinian Football Association (AFA)-the country's top soccer governing body-focused on how to accustom those attending the World Cup to the culture, language and traditions of the host nation, Russia, according to BBC. It was there, he said, that they handed out the manual.

Advice included: "Russian girls, like any other girl, pay close attention to whether you are clean, smell good and are well dressed".

'The first impression is important to them, so pay attention to your image'. Many men, because Russian women are lovely, they just want to take them to bed.

'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'.

"Don't ask stupid questions about sex", the page read.

"For Russians, sex is something very private and not discussed in public".

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- "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". "If you don't have confidence in yourself then you need to practice speaking with many women".

Eagle-eyed social media users have also accused those who compiled the guide of ripping off the pick-up tips from a blog that is already online. Catullo posted the tweets while the course was still going on.

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 the assistants and, unfortunately at the moment of the printing of the same, due to an involuntary error, a text was included that was never part of the training".

The AFA opened an investigation and on Wednesday issued a statement which said: "The Department of Education of the Argentina Football Association announces that after an internal investigation carried out with respect to what happened yesterday during a course on Russian language and culture, we have concluded that part of the material given was erroneously printed". AFA officials reportedly removed those pages and redistributed the manuals.

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.

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