The AFA said on Wednesday that the material was included by mistake by the teacher and that it does not reflect the values of the federation or its directives.
It also said that it has been removed, and the head of the Argentine association, Claudio Tapia, apologised for the publication.
‘‘An internal investigation … concluded that part of the material was printed in error,” the association said in a statement.
‘‘It does not reflect the thinking of the Argentine Football Association (AFA), nor its president Claudio Tapia, nor any of its directors.’’
Tapia visited Russia House, a cultural institute, in Buenos Aires on Wednesday to personally apologise for the gaffe.
Local reports say that the material was taken from a blog about Russian women.
Argentina have been at the forefront of a grassroots movement to fight violence against women that has spread worldwide.
The manual’s advice has triggered criticism from women rights activists and others after it went viral on social media.
More than 40,000 Argentines have bought tickets for matches in the tournament that kicks off in Moscow on June 14.
Two-time winners of the World Cup, Argentina have been drawn to play Iceland, Nigeria and Croatia.
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