The pages were torn out before being returned to those present, according to reports.
The booklet, entitled "Russian Language and Culture", was put together by the Sports, Social Responsibility and Sustainability Commission of the AFA, according to Clarín Deportes.
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".
"Russian women like men that take the the initiative, if you do not have confidence in yourself, then you need to practice talking to more women", one suggestion states.
One other a part of the chapter tells the boys travelling to Russia: "Don't ask silly questions on intercourse". The advice is to treat the women who is in front of you with their own ideas and wishes. 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. "Maybe they also want that, but they are people that want to feel important and unique".
Russian Playboy model Maria Liman has been accused of having an affair with a wealthy businessman by his jealous wife. For Russians, sex is something very private and the subject is not discussed in public. But of course you will find girls who are concerned about material things, how much money you have, if you are handsome. Don't worry, there are many lovely women in Russian Federation and not all are good for you.
Half method by way of the three-hour assembly, as pictures from the guide appeared on the web. employees reportedly began going around the room eradicating the guides.
On Tuesday, the AFA held a course for players, staff and journalists about what to expect when they travel to Russian Federation.
"We regret that the error would have obscured the importance of the day's lesson and the permanent educational activities given by AFA, and expressing our sincerest apologies to those affected by the publication, which in no way reflects the thoughts of the Argentine Football Association or its president Claudio Tapia or any of of his directions".
But he isn't he had done "nothing bad" and criticised those who had posted the material online "in bad faith".
Pennisi said that the manual in question was actually approved by the Argentine Football Association.