To make sure the rest of Messi's Argentina teammates have the same ease, the Argentina Football Association apparently distributed a manual that included a chapter entitled "What to do to have an opportunity with a Russian woman". "I cannot really believe it", Pennisi told Clarin.
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.
The doc additionally assures the delegates they are going to discover loads of lovely Russian girls to seduce to allow them to afford to be "selective".
"We regret that this mistake has overshadowed the importance of the day and the permanent educational activity provided by AFA, expressing our most honest apologies to those who were affected by the publication, which in no way reflects the thinking of the Argentine Football Association, nor that of its President Claudio Tapia or any of its directors", it concluded. Tengo el cuaderno. Nos lo sacaron para cortar esa hoja pero yo la guardé cuando supuse lo que harían.
Seen in photos provided by Catullo, tips for hitting it off with Russian women include making a good impression by staying clean and dressing well, not making them feel like objects and not being negative.
Argentina FA gives players advice on SEX with Russian women: 'Practice beforehand'
"Russian girls like men who take the initiative", read one of eight lengthy entries, posted on Twitter by sports journalist Nacho Catullo.
These recommendations ahead of the June 14-July 15 tournament were passed on to a gathering of around 40 journalists during a course on Russian language and culture, and were then posted on social media. The advice is to treat the women who is in front of you with their own ideas and wishes. "Men are also advised not to "ask stupid questions about sex". "Be real and talk about you in real terms, talk about your faults in a fun way and about your positive points".
But according to La Nacion, the AFA is investigating whether it had been sabotaged during the printing process. "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 AFA said in a statement.