Russia World Cup: Anger over Argentina 'flirting manual'

Argentina's Football Association has included a chapter about 'how to stand a chance with a Russian girl' in a manual for journalists travelling to cover the sporting event.

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    The Argentine Football Association (AFA) has been criticised over an advice manual released ahead of the World Cup in Russia.

    The guide, handed to journalists, players and coaches, included a section entitled "How to stand a chance with a Russian girl."

    But it is not the only red card Argentina's faced in the lead up to the international competition.

    Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo reports from Buenos Aires.


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