It included a section under the title: "What to do to have a chance with a Russian girl". "The first impression is very important for them, pay attention to your image".
"We express our most honest apologies to those that were affected by the publication which in no way reflects the thinking of the Argentina Football Association, nor of its president Claudio Tapia or any of its executives", a statement from the AFA said.
While America will not be playing in this year's World Cup, there is still plenty of excitement surrounding the event.
It continued: 'They like men with initiative. "Don't be negative. Don't ask the same old questions, be original". In particular, in the brochure it was said that men who want to seduce Russian beauty, must be well groomed and to use high quality perfume.
One other paragraph learn: "Russian women don't prefer to be thought to be objects, and hate annoying males". The advice is to treat the woman who is in front of you as someone of value with their own ideas and desires.
"I'll explain them to you, they will not think it was something out of place, huh?". For Russians, sex is something very private and the subject is not discussed in public.
"Don't ask stupid questions about sex", the page read.
There was a course on Tuesday given by Russian language teacher Eduardo Pennisi at AFA's headquarters in Buenos Aires.
The document also assures the Argentine Football Association delegates that they will find plenty of lovely Russian women to seduce so they can afford to be "selective". "If you don't have confidence in yourself then you need to practice speaking with many women".
At the end, the manual said: "You will of course find girls that only pay attention to the material things, money, if you are attractive..."
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 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 administrative personnel of the department proceeded to remove it immediately.
"We express our most honest apologies to those that were affected by the publication which in no way reflects the thinking of the Argentina Football Association, nor of its president Claudio Tapia or any of its executives".