Sport Argentina's World Cup Manual Gives Players Advice on Picking Up Russian Women

23:04  16 may  2018
23:04  16 may  2018 Source:   90min.com

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The Argentine Football Association (AFA) has given their players handbooks which include advice on picking up Russian girls at the 2018 FIFA World Cup , according to the country’ s media.

Many men, because Russian women are beautiful, they just want to take them to bed. The advice is to treat the woman who is in front of you as someone of value with their own ideas and desires. Never Heard of These Players ? They Could Be The Stars of The World Cup .

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​While ​America will not be playing in this year's World Cup, there is still plenty of excitement surrounding the event.

Argentina, one of the frontrunners to win the title, is more than ready for the challenge.

That is the challenge of picking up Russian chicks, of course.

​​That's right. In the manual sent out to all Argentine players, there is a full chapter dedicated to what Russian girls typically look for in men. Such advice includes "Russian girls hate boring men" and "Pay attention to their values and personality. Don’t ask stupid questions about sex."

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The AFA says a printing error led to staff and journalists being issued with a guide to picking up Russian women at next month’ s World Cup . For officials at Argentina ’ s Football Association (AFA), however, the most pressing issue appears to be how to talk to women .

ARGENTINA ' S football bosses have caused an outcry after publishing outrageous World Cup tips on how to "get lucky with a Russian girl". The guidance was included in a manual on Russian culture given to execs, coaches, players and journalists heading to next month's tournament.

With some stars like Lionel Messi happily married, one would assume this section is tailored to the younger players. Messi did not come out of ​international retirement to pick up Russian women, right?

For the less successful players, the chapter ends with a pick-me-up for failed attempts. "Do not worry, there are many beautiful women in Russia and not all are good for you. Be selective."

Forget the soccer, this is the real storyline for this year's World Cup.

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